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Feature: Public Works Resurrects To Do The People’s Work: Is Gyude Moore Showing Early Footprints?

By D. Kaihenneh Sengbeh

“What kind of trouble is this?” he complained. “This is not time to fix roads; it should be done at night,” he menacingly added, though an opposed equal response would follow by a fellow passenger, a female. 1,188 more words

General News

Monrovia: A Bird's Eye View

A couple weekends ago, one of our colleagues was nice enough to take us on a walking tour of Monrovia. From our residence, we walked a couple miles to ‘Waterside.’ The local marketplace where you can find just about anything. 247 more words


Ride Report. SoPas - Sierra Madre - Hwy 39 East Fork - Coached Ride to Cafe

67.8 mi, 3,645 ft elevation, 5:02:35 moving time, 125 suffer score, 64 Strava trophies

On a cool blustery morning, I rode from home in SoPas to join the main ride in Sierra Madre. 676 more words


Photojournalism Daily: Jan. 9, 2015

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Alex Maclean‘s aerial photographs of Detroit. The work captures the contrasting fortunes and economic inequality between the depopulated areas (defined by vacant lots and boarded-up homes) and the wealth of some surrounding areas (mansions and manicured lawns). 159 more words

The Ebola Storm

The deadly Ebola outbreak in Liberia is unprecedented, claiming the lives of more than 2,800 victims, overwhelming the fragile health system, and bringing the already war-torn nation to its knees in less than a year. 1,105 more words

Interwoven Stories


I took a walk around the neighborhood with my brother-in-law today. It’s been awhile since I’ve shot digital, so I grabbed my Canon before heading out the door and snapped some photos. 36 more words


Preparing for Travel

Tomorrow, I get to make the trek back to Colorado for a couple of weeks so I can spend time with my family and do some general decompressing from working under a crisis situation since August. 68 more words