San Gabriel Valley studio continues legacy of Japanese internmenta s most famous photographer

SAN GABRIEL >> In one of the most famous photos documenting the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II, three boys stand behind a barbed-wire fence at the Manzanar War Relocation Center. That photo still hangs above the front desk at Toyo Miyatake Studio, located in the San Gabriel Village area since moving from Little Tokyo in downtown Los Angeles in 1985.

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WikiLeaks promoter Donald Trump now makes ‘low-life leakers’ his enemy

WikiLeaks promoter Donald Trump now makes ‘low-life leakers’ his enemyPresident Trump, joined by top advisers, speaks by phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Oval Office last month. President Trump is continuing to assail those who leaked information about former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s phone calls with Russia and the media for publishing it. The attacks against leaks are striking as Trump attempts to shift the focus of his administration’s controversies over to what he calls the “real scandal” of leaks.


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Krista Elrick’s Photography Is a Political Act at Northlight Gallery in Phoenix

Black-and-white photographs, all taken at sites once traversed by famed naturalist and artist John James Audubon, dot the walls at Arizona State University's Northlight Gallery in Phoenix, where New Mexico photographer Krista Elrick recently opened her “Retracing Audubon: Contemporary Views” exhibition. But the exhibition is anything but boring.

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US says not ready yet for military collaboration with Russia

US says not ready yet for military collaboration with RussiaThe United States is not yet ready to cooperate militarily with Russia, Pentagon chief James Mattis said Thursday after Moscow’s defence minister called for better ties. “We are not in a position right now to collaborate on a military level, but our political leaders will engage and try to find common ground or a way forward,” Mattis told reporters at a NATO summit in Brussels. Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu said earlier in Moscow that he was potentially “ready to restore cooperation with the Pentagon,” and President Vladimir Putin called for Russian intelligence agencies to bolster contacts with US counterparts in the counter-terrorism fight.


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Ed van der Elsken’s Camera in Love

” Camera in Love ,” a new show at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam presents an overview of the work of Ed van der Elsken , the celebrated Dutch photographer and filmmaker who died in 1990. Known for his inspired street photography, the show collects images he made of splashy characters and beautiful women in Paris, Amsterdam, Hong Kong and Tokyo from the 1950s to the 1980s.

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