In honor of the December 5 movie premiere of Wild, starring Reese Witherspoon, Nancy Doran’s 2012 review of the book that inspired it is being republished here. Sadly and reluctantly, I just finished reading Wild, […]
“Abortion” and “comedy” are two words that don’t belong together, and yet, that’s how the movie Obvious Child, which opens Friday to limited release, is being billed. Monica Miller, author of Abandoned (called “the best […]
As prices skyrocket, the clear ROI of a 4-year degree is plummeting. Increasingly, certifications seem to be offering greater value, but at far less cost.
JT discusses his views on Degrees vs. Certifications. […]
The Plymouth Ice Festival: Not just a festival for ice, but one for photography, too!
This weekend (1/7, as we speak) is the annual Plymouth Ice Festival. It’s a great event for anyone able to tolerate the cold. For photographers, it can be a new opportunity to develop and showcase their skills. […]
Evocative prints and watercolors by more than 30 important artists of the 20th century went on display yesterday at the Detroit Institute of Arts in the exhibition Let Me Show You What I Saw: American […]
Real estate photography in much of the world, not just the U.S., suffers from a much maligned perception. This is often because the quality of pictures on online listing services are so absolutely terrible. […]