Deconstructing Weegee: Capturing Urban Disorder in New York City

By Vasundhara Singh

Look at this famous photographer through Vasundhara Singh’s lens as he turned victims of crime scenes into art.

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Finding Homes Away From Home

By Geeta Lalvani

Live vicariously through adventures and photos of the journey undertaken to find Homes away from Home, in the city of New York.

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Anniversary Exclusive: Success Stories

By The Editors

In the spirit of the theme Breaking Ground, we interviewed various professionals from diverse fields who have, in their respective ways, traversed uncharted territory. Each of their stories deals with successes, losses, sacrifices, and most importantly: lessons.

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Deconstructing Diane Arbus: A Quiet Revolutionary

By Vasundhara Singh

Diane Arbus; a revolutionary in her own way. She has broken ground and created a space for people unlike any other creative personality.

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50 Shades of Color

This picture slideshow explores a gradient of the full rainbow, cascading from reds to yellows to purples along with every color in between, set with music that encapsulates the mood in its rawest form.

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8:46 AM, 9/11/2001

Sometimes when we die, our things still retain a part of us. And sometimes, the death is so sudden, that the proof of our being still lingers on these inanimate objects: a piece on the devastating moment of 8:46 AM, on 9/11 – and what it did to a common American’s life.

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Jabberwocky

A poem about the Jabberwocky, a metaphor for ‘fear’ from ‘Alice in Wonderland’, and the fearlessness it brings with being slain.

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A Day At The Met

A small glimpse into the United States largest and most known art museum, ‘The Met’ (The Metropolitan Museum of Art). It is an attraction for anyone with an eye for creativity, serving as an inspiration to locals and tourists alike.

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