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  • Where the boys were: Iconic Beastie Boys photography

    Where the boys were: Iconic Beastie Boys photography
    Sunny Bak has a mountain of negatives from photo shoots she did over the years with her friends, the Beastie Boys, from concert scenes to moody studio portraits and outtakes from an iconic pose of the trio on the site of the old New York World’s...
  • One place, many stories

    One place, many stories
    At Eggslut in downtown Los Angeles' Grand Central Market, the line is almost always long.  Tom Szabadi was there on Sept. 1, and noticed how many people and their stories were colliding at once. "I think that is what compelled me to take the shot,"...
  • I always feel like somebody's watching me

    Although the Tallships Festival is now over, the joy of seeing an enormous rubber duck is something that will never go away. One of the funnier photos of Florentijn Hofman's floating artwork, Rubber Duck, comes courtesy of photographer Natalie C. Bell....
  • The Art of Rock 'N' Roll is still beating with local photographer

    The Art of Rock 'N' Roll is still beating with local photographer
    Larry Marano can often be found in the front row of every major South Florida concert with his Nikon in hand capturing timeless photographs of everyone from Kesha to Kiss. The Parkland resident began shooting concerts in 1975 purely for fun while living...
  • Rare Beatles photos go on display in New Mexico

    Rare Beatles photos go on display in New Mexico
    David Mapes loves the photograph in a very “Yesterday” kind of way. The image’s composition is a dreamy and moody black-and-white and it shows Beatles drummer Ringo Starr just days after the band’s 1964 appearance on the "Ed...
  • Reader Photo: Holly-smokes!

    Reader Photo: Holly-smokes!
    On March 30, 2007, a 150-acre brush fire blackened the Los Angeles skyline. Dozens of Angelenos-- including Archie Tucker -- gathered to take pictures as the blaze eerily made its way to the Hollywood sign. Tucker shot this image with his Nikon D8400...
  • Reader photo: 626 Night Market in Arcadia

    Reader photo: 626 Night Market in Arcadia
    During a trip to the 626 Night Market in Arcadia, Michael Ng photographed the Hale'iwa Shave Ice truck. The vibrant colors and lighting caught his eyes, he said. Ng captured this photograph with a Nikon D200 on Aug. 31.  Each week, we're featuring...
  • $400K bail for suspect in carjacking of police sergeant

    $400K bail for suspect in carjacking of police sergeant
    A judge set bail at $400,000 today for a man accused of carjacking an off-duty Chicago police sergeant on Sept. 6 in the South Shore neighborhood. Christopher D. Jones, 19, of the 1300 block of East 69th Street, was charged with vehicular hijacking,...
  • Red Morgan: Focus on the faithful

    Red Morgan: Focus on the faithful
    On a late-summer morning in 1975, photographer Red Morgan waded into Clear Lake in Cocoa, Fla., deep enough that the water level licked his kneecaps, and pulled out his Nikon just in time to capture an all-black church performing an immersion baptism...
  • Reader photo: Rest stop

    On a drive up the California coast Sunday, Amparo Rios shot a photo of this vintage camper stopped next to the beach along Highway 1 in Ventura. When they have the chance, she and her husband take little getaways for much-needed walks along one of the...
  • Jewelry stolen during open house [North Baltimore Crime Log]

    Jewelry stolen during open house [North Baltimore Crime Log]
    The following is compiled from police reports. It is the Baltimore Messenger's policy to include descriptions only when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have any information about these crimes, call the Baltimore City...