Deborah Feingold: Capturing Music In Pictures For 30 Years

Friday, September 05, 2014

Deborah Feingold has been taking photos of iconic musicians for 30-plus years. She joins host John Schaefer to talk about her favorite portraits, collected in a new book called Music.

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PRI's The World

The Internet goes ape over a monkey selfie and the copyright battle it sparked

Thursday, August 07, 2014

This is no joke: A selfie taken by a crested black macaque has caused a massive copyright battle between Wikipedia and David Slater, who says the popular site is stealing one his most valuable photos.



Daring Cameraman In Ukraine Captures Secret 'Moscow' Summit

Friday, March 14, 2014

OK, I'll admit, right off, this isn't that kind of summit. Putin wasn't there. But I didn't lie. It was the other kind of summit — as in the verb for "to climb." And this one was so gripping (literally), so breathless, so crazy, so illegal that I think you're going to ...

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Hidden Truths

Thursday, August 01, 2013

Surprising truths hidden in plain sight.

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Antoine Wagner: How I Came to Know My Family Heritage

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Antoine Wagner, a photographer and filmmaker living in New York, has long had a special passion for shooting landscapes and nature. Then he learned about his famous relative.

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Here's The Thing

Peter Beard and Richard Ruggiero

Monday, October 22, 2012

Photographer Peter Beard has documented the destruction of wildlife in Africa, including the plight of the African Elephant, the very topic of Richard Ruggiero’s doctoral dissertation.  

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