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Buddhism in Ladakh: Everyday, Everywhere

by Charukesi Ramadurai – India – High in the north Indian state of Kashmir sits Ladakh, held by many as the last bastion of Himalayan Buddhism. […]

Arts & Culture, Buddhism, Feature Articles, Globalization, Kashmir, Photography, Religion, Tibet

Ethiopia: The “Cradle of Civilization” Struggles for Survival

Photoessay by Tammy Law – Australia – One of the oldest countries in the world, Ethiopia is often referred to as “the cradle of civilization” – […]

Africa, Arts & Culture, Feature Articles, Photography

The Aftermath Project: War Is Only Half the Story

by Sara Terry – USA – It all goes back, I think, to the day I was standing in a mass grave, hating the fact that […]

Bosnia, Photography, War & Conflict

Iconic Photographer Annie Leibovitz Bares All in New Book and Exhibit

by Molly Nance – USA – I’m not usually one to arrive to a press event 30 minutes early, but recently I woke up in time […]

Arts & Culture, Books, Feature Articles, Photography, United States

John & Yoko: A New York Love Story

by Hayward Hawks Marcus – USA – For years, many people have painted Yoko Ono as the cold and controlling monster who broke up the Beatles, […]

Arts & Culture, Books, Feature Articles, New York, Photography

Exploring the Edge: Young Couple Brings the Rita Project and Birth Write to Los Angeles

by Sarah McGowan Features & Photo Editor, The WIP – USA – Recently relocated to Los Angeles, artists Kim Strouse and Joseph Michael Lopez are no […]

Abortion, Activism, Art, Arts & Culture, Feature Articles, Los Angeles, Mental Health, Photography, United States