A bunch of kooks

On the morning of August 8, 1969, a policeman held traffic outside the recording studio at 3 Abbey Road, in London, so photographer Iain Macmillan could get the iconic shot [...]

Memory Keeper

When we reach the museum, one of its main entrances is closed to the public. Domenico Agostinelli, founder and manager of this spectacular place, tells us that he was forced [...]

Glass Gem Corn

It all started in Oklahoma, where farmer Carl L. Barnes — a half-Cherokee Native American died in April 16, 2016 — began growing older varieties of corn as a way to [...]

That’s who we are

August 17, 1969, the last of Woodstock: Three Days of Peace and Music. Mud creeps up the long, pink and white blanket swaddling a young couple surrounded by the debris of [...]

Original Hairy Summer

Consider the way society more freely accepts topless men in places like the beach or, you know, on Instagram. Not to mention how much more it freely accepts male body hair, [...]

Freedom Cove

Wayne Adams and Catherine King have spent 20 years building their “Freedom Cove”, a self-sustaining, floating island in Tofino, BC, Canada, just to live off the [...]

This is London

War seems no longer such a remote possibility, and perhaps some warriors, and especially weapons, from the past are not so terrifying as they used to be, actually, [...]

16th Avenue Tiled Steps

Born as a neighborhood collaboration to create a sea to stars themed mosaic flowing up a 163 step stairway, the 16th Avenue Tiled Steps is a project started in a grassroots [...]

Slap It

Despite its real functional purpose, our lower back still remains one of the most attractive body parts. This is not escaped Joseph Begley’s attention, London-based [...]

Tunnel of Love

It is said that young lovers, strolling hand-in-hand down these tracks, can make a wish and if they are sincere in their love it will come true. The Tunnel of Love — [...]