February 24, 2011 A lack of a press in Libya has prevented outsiders from seeing what the country actually looks like. Former Ambassador Charles O. Cecil has captured clear, colorful photos of the country. And they're different from what we see on today's broadcasts.
This photo was taken sometime in the 1910s. I wonder what the boy and girl would look like now if they recreated this photo today...
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February 22, 2011 Photographer Irina Werning's "Back to the Future" project is full of snapshots that invoke the same emotions nearly anyone experiences when flipping through your own family albums — goofiness, gasps, and good times.
September 10, 2010 Historical photo research points to a man named Steve Frankfurt — the original Don Draper, more or less.
August 2, 2010 Marlon Brando knocked his lights out. And Jackie O. took him to court. After decades in the paparazzo biz, the legacy of Ron Galella, the world's most controversial celebrity photographer, is featured in a new documentary: Smash His Camera.
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