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The Turning Point: New Hope for the Climate

It's time to accelerate the shift toward a low-carbon future<p>In the struggle to solve the climate crisis, a powerful, largely unnoticed shift is …

On the Razor’s Edge

During this week’s Sundance Film Festival, <i>Vanity Fair</i> contributor Sebastian Junger will debut his HBO documentary chronicling the life and work of his friend (and fellow <i>V.F.</i> contributor) Tim Hetherington. <i>Which Way Is the Front Line from Here?</i> recalls the risky adventures of the renowned war-zone …

Lean In, Lead On

Female power has never looked so varied, so natural, so . . . liberated. Whether by steady example or the bold demolition of ceilings, the 17 leaders on these pages have changed the landscape in every arena, accountable for untold billions as well as countless dreams. Laura Jacobs heralds a new era …

11 Ways Maya Angelou Taught Us To Be Better Women

"I'm a woman, phenomenally. Phenomenal woman, that's me."<p>Maya Angelou, the beloved author, poet and activist who passed away on Wednesday May 28, was even more "phenomenal" than the words of one of her most famous poems can express.<p>During her 86 years, she wrote seven autobiographies, was active in …

Maya Angelou quotes: 15 of the best

With the death of Maya Angelou, we lose the immense wisdom of the celebrated African American author, poet and civil activist. These quotes say a lot about who she was and what she stood for. Which other inspiring sayings would you like to share?<p>• Six key works<p>• A life in pictures<p>• Podcast: Maya …

Life’s Work: An Interview with Maya Angelou

Photography: Lissa Gotwals<p>Maya Angelou worked as a cook, streetcar conductor, waitress, singer, dancer, editor, teacher, civil rights organizer, and actress before becoming one of America’s most beloved writers. Now 85 and a professor at Wake Forest University, she says her success as a storyteller …

Saint-Saëns - The Carnival of the Animals - VII. Aquarium

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Moonrise Kingdom Soundtrack: "Playful Pizzicato" from Simple Symphony (Track #3)

Moonrise Kingdom Soundtrack: The Heroic Weather-Conditions of The Universe, Part 3: The Salt Air

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Wim Mertens- A Secret Burning

Two hearts - Chris Isaak

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Dublin Photographer Takes Portraits on the Same Bridge for 50 Years

Street photographer Arthur Fields was a Dublin legend. From the 1930s to the 1980s, he stood on Dublin’s O’Connell Bridge and earned a living by …

Shaking The Tree - Peter Gabriel - 4/14

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Warped Street Art Portraiture by Stamatis Laskos | Colossal

<p>“Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist, not of the sitter,” said Oscar Wilde. “It is not he who is revealed by the …

Through the Lens of a Globe Trotting Street Photographer

<i>All images by Nuno Moreira. Used with permission.</i><p>Nuno Moreira is a Portuguese photographer who currently nests in Tokyo. He’s done what many …

Navid Baraty's Intersection Series Features Breath Taking City Views

<i>All photos taken by and used with permission from Navid Baraty. Visit his website at www.NavidBaraty.com to see more of his work or follow him on</i> …

Paris Review - Joyce Carol Oates, The Art of Fiction No. 72

Interviewed by Robert Phillips<p>Issue 74, Fall-Winter 1978<p>Photograph by Marion Ettlinger<p>Joyce Carol Oates is the rarest of commodities, an author modest about her work, though there is such a quantity of it that she has three publishers—one for fiction, one for poetry and a “small press” for more …

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Paris Review - Three Days with Gabo

Silvana Paternostro<p>Issue 141, Winter 1996<p>Distressed by what he saw happening to Latin American journalism, Gabriel García Márquez, the Nobel laureate author of <i>One Hundred Years of Solitude</i> and a former newspaper reporter himself, started in March 1995 what he describes as “a school without …

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