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Ray & Shannon Allen CATEGORY: Athletes, Philanthropists Company: The Miami Heat Industry: Basketball What Makes him Haute: When Ray Allen arrived from Boston to play for the Miami Heat, no one knew he would be making the winning...
There’s a lot that’s new in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, Maryland this fall and winter. Below is a sampling of some of the latest attractions and experiences that beckon travelers in the months ahead to help you properly plan your next...
This space will update throughout Chris’s trip to China, with photographs, conversations, videos and more. You can read here, or keep an eye on Medium. August 4: Ai Weiwei: At Home With China’s ‘Second Government’ Not perhaps since Alexander Solzhenitsyn...
George Gurley 1987-1989 The Observer is born. I was still in college. In the summer I interned at CV (Career Vision) magazine, which was started by my then-stepfather, Shelby Bryan, and Marian Salzman, the editor in chief. I fact-checked and interviewed...
The 2016 Anderson Ranch Advanced Workshop group at Anderson Ranch in Colorado. I just completed a magical week at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center with Jim Estrin of The New York Times. We are co-teaching a three year Advanced Mentor Program with ‘the...
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Francis Alÿs mixes the poetic and the political in his witty, Sisyphean performances and in sculptures, drawings, and other works that relate to them