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‘Hill killerz’ trend has managed to make climbing hills fun

Maria Schur is adding something new to climbing: smiles.(Photo: Madi Carlson) “Historically, I’ve hated hills. But what are you going to do? Ride around every single hill?”— Maria Schur When it comes to bicycling, Portlander Maria Schur has morphed from hill hater to hill lover. And now, her personal journey has led her to spread that love to others. Maria is Portland’s hill-climbing ambassador. A sloped street sommelier whose infectious love of riding bikes and building community has...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Google Maps, Maria, Flint, Don, Harney, Forest Grove, Forest Park, Jonathan Maus, Rides/Events, Madi Carlson


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Facebook Videos of Her Trip to Standing Rock Reveal Her Political Awakening

Almost everyone who came to Standing Rock repeated the same legend. Someone, maybe Crazy Horse, had made a prophecy a long time ago—probably in the late 1870s—about the looming destruction of the planet. The “who” and “when” parts of the story were always fuzzy, but the prophecy was always the same: the “black snake” of darkness and discord was going to infect the land, seeping into the fires and air and water, spreading conflict and violence, and threatening the reciprocal relationship bet...
Tags: Facebook, New York, News, Instagram, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Obama, Congress, Robin Williams, New York City, Environment, Uncategorized, Barack Obama, Indiana, Cnn, Pennsylvania


There’s No One Way To Look Jewish

Why is May 2019 different from all other months? It’s Jewish American Heritage month for one, a period that feels especially important to mark given the rising insecurity coursing through Jewish American life. Because visibility is more important than ever before, Refinery29 brings you our celebration of Jewish American culture. L’chaim!There is no template for a Jewish woman. Again: There is no template. We don’t all have frizzy hair and big noses that will, according to the trope of the Jewis...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, New York, Instagram, Seagate, Russia, Israel, America, Spain, Syria, Uganda, Brooklyn, Judaism, Heritage, Morocco


Warren Buffet's Principle (The Little Game, Part 3 of 3)

[Note: Some of you won't like this, and that's cool—we all own our own photography. It just means this post isn't for you, that's all. Don't sweat it—even excellent treatments can't be good for every patient.] For those of you playing along, in Part 1 you wrote down 25 categories that your photography falls into; in Part 2 you prioritized them or ranked their importance to you. Here's the big idea: You should not only concentrate on your Top Five categories, but also actively avoid the other twe...
Tags: Photography, Omaha, Warren Buffett, Buffett, Flint, Michael Johnston, James Clear, Don, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Scott Dinsmore, Photographic aesthetics, Mike Flint


This Week in Photography Books: Patrick Nagatani

  “If fiction has given more to us than fact, then this is the greatest truth.” Ryoichi/Patrick Nagatani   There’s no such thing as truth. That’s what they teach you in college or grad school, anyway. Ever beholden to the French Philosophical titans Michel Foucault and Jacques Derrida, endless professors teach countless students that each piece of information is inextricable from the power dynamics that created and disseminated it. It is the ultimate example of occupying the intellectual high gr...
Tags: Photography, Denver Nuggets, Earth, United States, Bill Clinton, Nba, Secret Service, Lebron James, New Mexico, Grand Canyon, Orwell, Ucla, James, Photography Books, Trump, Flint


Faces of Flint: the story of a modern American city

Photographer Zackary Canepari arrived in Flint in 2012, before a scandal about tainted water brought the city to international attention. For six years he has documented a place of struggle, and strengthFlint is a city long infamous for poverty, crime, and more recently the water crisis that has plagued people here for four years. It seems everyone in America knows what to expect when they hear the name Flint: economic, political and social dysfunction. Flint is a place of struggle, but that’s n...
Tags: Photography, America, Communities, Society, World news, US news, Poverty, Cities, Social exclusion, Michigan, Inequality, Flint, Flint Water Crisis, Zackary Canepari


Flint, Michigan: the story of a modern American city

Photographer Zackary Canepari arrived in Flint in 2012, before a scandal about tainted water brought the city to international attention. For six years he has documented a place of struggle, and strengthFlint is a city long infamous for poverty, crime, and more recently the water crisis that has plagued people here for four years. It seems everyone in America knows what to expect when they hear the name Flint: economic, political and social dysfunction. Flint is a place of struggle, but that’s n...
Tags: Photography, America, Communities, Society, World news, US news, Poverty, Cities, Social exclusion, Michigan, Inequality, Flint Michigan, Flint, Flint Water Crisis, Zackary Canepari


Thursday's Morning Email: Scalise Still In Critical Condition Following Shooting

TOP STORIES (And want to get The Morning Email each weekday? Sign up here.) HOUSE MAJORITY WHIP STEVE SCALISE STILL IN CRITICAL CONDITION A lone gunman injured six after opening fire early Wednesday at a GOP baseball practice for the annual congressional baseball game. House Majority Whip Steve Scalise is still in critical condition after being shot in the hip, as the “shot travelled across his pelvis, fracturing bones, injuring internal organs and causing severe bleeding.” President Dona...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Hollywood, London, News, Instagram, Obama, Washington, Russia, Gop, House, Harry Potter, Michigan, Donald Trump, The Washington Post, Amal Clooney, United


This Week In Photography Books: Zackary Canepari

  The best art connects to something universal. (That’s why it’s the best.) It has a quality that speaks to people across our many divides. Michelangelo’s “Pieta,” or a Van Gogh olive grove, can inspire almost anyone. Even better, look at Jackson Pollock’s seminal paintings, which attempted to represent Jung’s collective unconscious, and many believe they do. (Myself included.) Pollock’s work doesn’t look so great in reproductions, because the scale, texture, and color patterns all need to be ex...
Tags: Photography, London, Disney, US, America, Italy, Civil Rights, Rex, New Yorker, Emmett Till, Jackson Pollock, Photography Books, Colorado Springs, Flint Michigan, Flint, Schultz


90 Of The World’s Best Press Photographs Of The Year 2016

People dressed as Stormtroopers from the Star Wars franchise of films pose on the Millennium Bridge to promote the latest release in the series, “Rogue One”, on December 15, 2016 in London, England. “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” is the first of three standalone spin-off films and is due for released in the UK today. (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images) Cars drive under a rainbow near Bad Langensalza, Germany, Wednesday, November 2, 2016. (Photo by Jens Meyer/AP Photo) Flames whipped by strong...
Tags: Apple, Asia, Photography, Florida, UK, Isis, Design, Greece, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Australia, California, Washington Post, Washington, Mexico, France


A Flanel-Clad Hump Day With Mike Harrington

By Joey Leppien Let me paint you a picture; you wake up, the forecast called for 8 inches of snow, you and all of your friends were planning on hitting a spot and you had everything all lined up. You open your eyes a little wider and make your way across the room to look out the window in excitement of what mother nature was supposed to have brought upon you, and the fun times that were to be had today. What do you see? the projected 8 inches of snow? Wrong. You see a measly 2 inches or so, dri...
Tags: Instagram, Sport, Features, Michigan, Trevor, El Nino, Snowboarding, Kia, Jackie, Midwest, Flint, Spencer, Mike, Upper Peninsula, Tyler, ASL


Prom Season in Flint: How the City Celebrates in a Time of Crisis

'It’s a living, breathing part of the community'
Tags: Photography, Uncategorized, High School, Michigan, Prom, Behind The Photos, Flint, Flint Water Crisis


How National Media Failed Flint

The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, in which thousands of residents have been exposed to everything from cancer-causing chemicals to lead in their drinking water, dates back nearly two years. But the unfolding story had received scant coverage from the national media until a month ago, when Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) declared a state of emergency for Flint. Why did it take so long for major national outlets to focus closely on the story, even as local outlets had been doggedly covering it f...
Tags: Facebook, Post, Instagram, Virginia, General Motors, Aclu, The Times, Baron, Ferguson, Michael Brown, Michigan, Associated Press, Epa, Usa Today, Times, Gannett


Go Behind TIME’s Flint Water Crisis Cover

"This boy actually fears the water. It's like kryptonite to him."
Tags: Photography, Time, Uncategorized, Michigan, Cover, Behind The Photos, Flint, Water Crisis, Sincere Smith


Photographing Flint’s Water Crisis From the Inside

"We’re still going to deal with what’s going on for the next lifetime," says Flint Journal photographer Jake May
Tags: Photography, Uncategorized, Michigan, Behind The Photos, On Our Radar, Flint, Water Crisis, Flint Journal



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