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Monrovia vs. Cloverdale

CLOVERDALE, Ind. (WTHI) – Monrovia vs. Cloverdale


Home Sweet New Home

I made it! I am finally “home” in our new home with my hubby…..in Africa (and yes, that part is still very, very surreal).

I arrived last Friday evening safely and soundly (I’m sorry I’m a week late on getting this up!). 684 more words


5 Tips To Avoid Holiday "Crash and Burn"

It’s that time of year. Holiday parties, preparations, shopping, gift buying, out of town guests, family commitments, travel,..and you are now wondering if you can make it even one day to the gym, let alone stick to a consistent workout schedule. 746 more words


Time person of the year: Racing to end ebola

NEW JERSEY – Katie Meyler, Founder of More Than Me, joins the Ebola Fighters named  TIME’s Persons of the Year with her work highlighted in the… 425 more words


The Fountains of Bucharest

In 1989 we moved to Monrovia, Liberia where we lived for 10 months or so. We planned to stay longer, but a civil war broke out and we eventually had to leave. 677 more words


How John Moore Covered the Ebola Outbreak

In the early months of an Ebola epidemic that has claimed more than 6,000 lives in West Africa, Getty Images photographer John Moore was on the frontline in Liberia. 335 more words

Photographing TIME's Person of the Year in Africa, Europe and the U.S.

“To have an African doctor, who grew up in a shantytown in probably one of the most disadvantaged countries in the world, on the cover of TIME magazine’s Person of the Year is the right thing to do,” says Jackie Nickerson, the fine-art photographer who shot the cover of TIME’s Person of the Year. 1,070 more words