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  • Story a lens on the past

    Story a lens on the past
    Since I finished the October front page story and short video for the Chicago Tribune about King Daniel Ganaway, the story of the nearly-forgotten Chicago photographer has been read and watched again and again. Ganaway, a brilliant photographer who...
  • Briefly In Education: High school students picked for national art contest

    Laguna Beach is sending the work of eight local high school students to the regional level of a national art competition. The Laguna Beach High School Parent Teacher Assn. announced Sunday the winners of its annual Reflections national art contest....
  • Today hosts wrong to humiliate subway photographer

    By now, many have seen the horrific photograph from the front page of the New York Post ("Police question man in N.Y. subway train death," Dec. 5). A man clings helplessly to the platform of a New York subway seconds before he is struck and killed by an...
  • John D. Silva dies at 92; introduced news helicopter

    John D. Silva was the chief engineer for KTLA-TV in 1958 when he outfitted a helicopter with a TV camera and changed television news coverage forever. He turned a rented Bell helicopter into the Telecopter, essentially a flying TV studio. The first of...
  • Consummate outsider artist Fred Burkhart emerges from underground

    Consummate outsider artist Fred Burkhart emerges from underground
    As you begin to read this story about Fred Burkhart, Fred Burkhart may be dead. That's a shock, I know, but it is what it is. In August, Burkhart was told that the prostate cancer he has been living with and fighting for more than three years had...
  • Photographer captures the art of hairstyling

    Photographer captures the art of hairstyling
    Two years ago British photographer Rankin opened a pop-up gallery on Melrose Avenue to showcase his vast body of work. Eleven shows later, he is celebrating his final exhibit of 37 photos. His focus? The art of hairstyling. The show, titled "S Magazine:...
  • Steve Schapiro, a fly on the wall — with a camera

    Steve Schapiro, a fly on the wall — with a camera
    Steve Schapiro wants to photograph President Barack Obama, and there is little doubt that he will one day do so. In his lengthy and star-studded career, he has photographed so many famous and influential people that one can almost believe he has Zelig-...
  • New photography guide focuses on same-sex couples

    New photography guide focuses on same-sex couples
    Weddings are changing and wedding photography education needs to change, too. This is the principle behind “Capturing Love: The Art of Lesbian and Gay Wedding Photography” by Kathryn Hamm, president of GayWeddings.com, and Thea Dodds, a...
  • Remembering the space shuttle Columbia accident

    Remembering the space shuttle Columbia accident
    Landing the space shuttle seemed so routine.  After so many landings, NASA’s shuttle commanders and pilots made it look easy. So, I was there February 1, 2003 on top of the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) waiting to document the landing of shuttle...
  • Travel Channel, Sports Illustrated team up for swimsuit special

    Travel Channel, Sports Illustrated team up for swimsuit special
    Travel Channel and Sports Illustrated are teaming up for a one-hour special about the making of this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. Back up boys, here are the details: "Sports Illustrated: The Making of Swimsuit '13--7 Continents, 17 Wonders"...
  • Tracy Baim: a gay-media torchbearer

    Tracy Baim: a gay-media torchbearer
    The signs were there: The newspaper Chicago Today ceased publication on Sept. 13, 1974 (my birthday), and the Chicago Daily News published its final edition on March 4, 1978 (Chicago's birthday). You might think some of us would have taken these as...