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Friday, Nov 16, 2007
The Arnold
Thursday, Nov 15, 2007
Georgia O'Keeffe
Wednesday, Nov 14, 2007
Really Inside the Actors Studio
Tuesday, Nov 13, 2007
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Turns 25
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Lifestyles of the Rich and Richer
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Interactive Essays
Hotel AfriqueBurma: Behind the Conflict
Hotel Afrique
by Stuart Franklin

This essay is a journey into a part of African society that is rarely represented. In Africa’s most poverty-stricken parts there exists quite a different quality of life where people are apparently disengaged from the harsh realities that surround them.

Burma: Behind the Conflict
by Magnum Photographers

The current conflict in Burma is just the latest symptom of a political and social disorder that has plagued the country for decades. In this essay, writer and columnist Brendan I. Koerner, whose latest book led him to an extensive research trip to Burma, comments on the background of its current troubles.

Book of the Week
by Gueorgui Pinkhassov
Gueorgui Pinkhassov is a different kind of street photographer, one who transforms the fixed world around him into a swirling study of color and composition. Sightwalk is Pinkhassov’s meditation on the overlooked and subtle beauty of Tokyo’s bustling streets.
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Covering Life
by Magnum Photographers
Magnum photographers have had a long and colorful relationship with Life magazine, the behemoth and most influential U.S. news and picture magazine of the 20th century. This week, in recognition of the anniversary of the first issue of Life in 1936, Magnum presents a handful of images that have appeared on past covers of the legendary magazine.
Micha Bar-AmQuote of the Week
I started photographing at an early age. I don’t know what impelled me most: curiosity, the magic of the picture, the hunter’s pride at bagging a bit of reality, the prospect of adventure.
— Micha Bar-Am