#RIP: Writer & Editor, Ingrid Sischy

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Ingrid Sischy, 63, former editor in chief of Interview and a highly regarded writer on culture in general, died Friday morning ... See the Rest

#BornThisDay: Photographer, Berenice Abbott

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July 17, 1898- Berenice Abbott. I have a passion for Photography, whether it is formal portraiture, commercial work, art photography, or just found snapshots. I have a sizable & thought provoking collection of vintage photographs of men being ... See the Rest

#FlashbackFriday: 70s Miami Was La DolceVita For Photographer Andy Sweet

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Andy Sweet documented the personalities of Miami in ... See the Rest

#BornThisDay: Artist, David Hockney

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July 9, 1937-  David Hockney has always made a big splash at my house. "The moment you cheat for the sake of beauty, you know you're an artist." I currently reside in Portland, Oregon,  the West Coast Brooklyn to ... See the Rest

#Sorry: The Weirdest Group of Selfies on The Internet – Promise.

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There are tens of millions of selfies taken every day, so claiming that these are the weirdest must be saying something, right? Well, take a look, if there are stranger ones, I really don't ... See the Rest

#Iconic: Was Annie Leibovitz Consciously Channeling This Marilyn Monroe Image For Caitlyn’s Debut?

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Is it synchronicity or just coincidence that Caitlyn Jenner made her world premiere on Marilyn Monroe's birthday? After I got over the excitement, this iconic shot ... See the Rest

#DragHerstory: Who’s “America’s Next Drag Superstar”, Victorian Edition?

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Penny Dreadful's transgender surprise wasn't really that shocking to me. I knew that Dorian Gray (Reeve Carney) was in for something extra when he met lady-for-hire Angelique (Jonny Beauchamp) When he shows up at Angelique's ... See the Rest

#PictureThis: I Get My 15 Minutes of New York Photo Fame (With A Flattop, Shirtless & In Drag)

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Everybody has pictures of their friends doing fun things and if you hold onto them long enough, they might just be seen as something other people are interested in. Today billions of pictures a week ... See the Rest