From Clark Boyd in Boston: “It’s not every day you get to interview the hardest working LEGO minifigure photographer in Britain…”
See more photos of this little guy.
Last month I wrote an op-ed for the New York Times about the difference between how Americans and Russians respond to the question, “How are you?”
My inbox exploded. People from all over the world wrote to tell me how they were. I learned that Russians are not the only ones who take “How are you?” literally. The same holds true for Chinese, Israelis, and very grumpy Americans. — Alina Simone
Obama tries to define the ‘red line’ for Putin in this cartoon by Canada’s Gary Clement.
Bunyan Velo, Issue No. 04: Travels on Two Wheels -
"Bunyun Velo, stories of bicycle trips around the world. And stuff I dream about while parked in front of a computer all day long…" -Producer Bradley Campbell
Visit Bunyan Velo online at bunyanvelo.com. Bunyan Velo is a quarterly collection of photographs, essays, and stories celebrating the simple pleasures of traveling by bicycle. This issue’s contributors bring us along for the ride as they explore roads familiar and unknown, from one of my favorite places here in Minneapolis, to dirt trails and dunes across the Western United States, to long and winding routes spanning far-off places like Lesotho, Peru, Morocco, and beyond.
Quite possibly my best #dogsofwar photo so far. Playing football with #Ukrainian troops at #Belbek despite siege. pic.twitter.com/k3okHpXzey— Lindsey Hilsum (@lindseyhilsum) March 4, 2014
Part of "Here’s a Slice of Ukrainian Life Away from the Stand-off in Crimea."