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Thorne Dreyer; Alan Pogue, James Retherford,
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STORY & PHOTO GALLERY | Austin takes to the streets

Spirited resistance movement sparks hope amid the fear and loathing. By Thorne Dreyer | The Rag Blog | February 17, 2017 Gallery of photography by Alan Pogue, James Retherford, and Nathalia Ochoa, below. AUSTIN — As we suffer through the … finish reading Thorne Dreyer; Alan Pogue, James Retherford,
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STORY & PHOTO GALLERY | Austin takes to the streets

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William Michael Hanks : Darkness and Light

Photo by Diego Huerta, from the 31K Portraits for Peace exhibit at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin.Darkness and Light:31K Portraits for Peace(31K Retratos por la Paz) By William Michael Hanks | The Rag Blog | April 19, 2012 See Gallery … finish reading William Michael Hanks : Darkness and Light

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Mr. Fish : A Conversation with Graham Nash

Above, Crosby, Stills and Nash at Atlantic City in 2009. Photo from Vicarious Music. Below, Graham Nash. Photo from last.fm.A Conversation With Graham Nash:Vietnam, Diane Arbus, and Green DayBy Mr. Fish / April 6, 2010 “They got guns, we got … finish reading Mr. Fish : A Conversation with Graham Nash

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Photographer Roy DeCarava : ‘The Sound I Saw’

Photographer Roy DeCarava. Photo by triggahappy76 / Flickr.Roy DeCarava : 1919-2009 Photographer Roy DeCarava, who died Oct. 27 at age 89, dedicated his 60-year career to capturing images of African Americans. His subjects ranged from daily life in his hometown … finish reading Photographer Roy DeCarava : ‘The Sound I Saw’

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Through the Windshield

Seen at the corner of E. 12th St. and Pleasant Valley Rd., in Austin, Texas,an unlikely art sale. Perhaps it’s the heat…Mariann Wizard The Rag Blog

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Stephanie Chernikowski : ‘Looking at Music: Side 2’ at the MOMA

Sonic Youth. 1983. Black-and-white photograph, 11 x 17″ (27.9 x 43.2 cm). Photo by Stephanie Chernikowski / Looking at Music: Side 2 / Museum of Modern Art, New York. That is a very early shot of Kim Gordon and Thurston … finish reading Stephanie Chernikowski : ‘Looking at Music: Side 2’ at the MOMA

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Hayden, Dohrn, Joseph : 1960s Radicals Predict Rebirth of Social Activism

1960s Radicals Predict Rebirth of Social Activism By Manny Fernandez | November 7, 2008 See ‘DAVID FENTON: Eye of the Revolution’ with vintage photo of Black Panther leader Eldridge Cleaver, Below. Nothing is more non-nonconformist than a nearly two-hour panel … finish reading Hayden, Dohrn, Joseph : 1960s Radicals Predict Rebirth of Social Activism

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All Things Being Equinox…

Photo by Stephanie Chernikowski / The Rag Blog. may your autumn be healthy and colorful. Stephanie Chernikowski The Rag Blog

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A Photo Montage of the RNC – Ramin Talaie

Karl Rove on the set of Fox News. I liked this photo better, it shows his character. Source / Ramin Talaie | the BLOG Thanks to Diane Stirling-Stevens / The Rag Blog

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Rachel Papo : Face of the Day

See Rachel Papo’s statement about this series below. One photograph from Rachel Papo’s photo series on female Israeli soldiers. At an age when social, sexual, and educational explorations are at their highest point, the life of an eighteen-year-old Israeli girl … finish reading Rachel Papo : Face of the Day

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BOOKS : Bob Dylan’s Poetic Pause in Hollywood on the Way to Folk Music Fame

‘T dare not ask your sculpturer’s name/with glance back hooked, time’s hinges halt.’ BOB DYLAN From a text in “Hollywood Foto-Rhetoric: The Lost Manuscript,” accompanying a photo of Marlene Dietrich at Gary Cooper’s funeral in 1961. Photo by Barry Feinstein … finish reading BOOKS : Bob Dylan’s Poetic Pause in Hollywood on the Way to Folk Music Fame

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Quote and Picture of the Day – Zoriah

Zoriah Miller writes of being a passenger in an armored vehicle convoy travelling through Iraq. I have come to realize that it is like being in jail, with a window looking out onto another jail. Zoriah, Photojournalist Source / ZORIAH … finish reading Quote and Picture of the Day – Zoriah

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