‘War/Photography’ Brilliantly Showcases Images of Conflict and Its Aftermath

Practically since the invention of photography more than a century and a half ago, photographers have been hurrying off to the battlefield to capture images of war and its awful aftermath (due to the camera’s early limitations, aftermath was the principal subject initially, but scenes from the Crimean War and the American Civil War nevertheless … Continue reading

The Making of Lee Boyd Malvo, the D.C. Sniper.

Even as a resident of Chicago I remember being afraid to leave my home after learning about the D.C. Sniper.  I was not yet old enough to drive but I feared for any family member stopping at a gas station.  I, and frankly most everyone I knew, was shocked to discover the two men were … Continue reading