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Students Snap Shots of Smith Island

November 16, 2011
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A new National Geographic Photo Camp exhibit titled “Disappearing Islands,” a collection of photos and multimedia, features the work of 12 girls from the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women, who documented the receding islands of the Chesapeake Bay. Four students from VisionWorkshop’s Crossing Borders program, along with local photographers David Helm, Jay...
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Sun Shots: Wired Calls for Solar Pics

December 7, 2010
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Sun Shots: Wired Calls for Solar Pics

We tend to think of the sun as a constant—sun goes up, sun goes down—mostly because it’s so massive and so far away that the naked eye can’t see it for the ginormous tumultuous fireball that it is. But yesterday Wired reported the collapse of a magnetic filament that had been erupting on the...
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Nerd Alert: An Astronaut’s Twitter Images From Space

December 1, 2010
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Nerd Alert: An Astronaut’s Twitter Images From Space

American astronaut Douglas H. Wheelock, who has been tweeting pictures from space, returned to Earth on Thanksgiving Day with fellow American Shannon Walker and Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin after a 163-day voyage in the International Space Station. Wheelock, who was the commander of the Space Station’s Expedition 25, was wildly successful in his Twitter...
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City Paper Launches CityPeople

March 26, 2009
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City Paper Launches CityPeople

Roger McCaskill | Image by Tim Hill We’ve started a new video/photography series called CityPeople where we interview interesting folks around the city. Here’s the setup: “One of the things people always say about Baltimore is that it’s the people that make it unique. Without the Blue Man, the Arabbers, the community activists, the...
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Bodytree: Adivasi Ayurveda Part 2

April 2, 2008
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Bodytree: Adivasi Ayurveda Part 2

On my first couple of days at the Bodytree I still have to get used to the rhythm of life here. But soon I almost can’t imagine that living any other way would be something I wanted or needed. Ana and I are staying in very cozy, separate rooms in the guest and student...
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Ana Krishna Design Fashion shoot in Arambol

March 18, 2008
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Ana Krishna Design Fashion shoot in Arambol

I met Austrian Ana Mostoegl at Magic Park, a healing arts resort that she runs with her partner Arun Duca in Arambol, Goa. She also designs clothing using one-of-a-kind saris and natural cotton for her feminine and playful collection. She says that women’s fashion has become too masculine. Women’s power, strength and beauty lays...
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Arambol Portraits Part 2

March 10, 2008
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Arambol Portraits Part 2

View the portraits in Part One.
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Arambol Portraits

March 10, 2008
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Arambol Portraits

Ana and I spend almost two weeks in Arambol and by the time we leave to catch a flight down to the southern state of Kerala I feel a bit sad for parting. I started to get used to the place, discovering and learning about new things, places and people every day. Small daily...
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Arambol, Goa

February 29, 2008
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Arambol, Goa

It’s been difficult getting online to submit my blog. Power cuts are are normal here and nobody freaks out when they happen. Yesterday and the day before we did not have power all day. They put new power lines up in the village. When I manage to get online the connection is always dial-up...
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