Last day of 46.
The New Yorker highlights Carl Van Vechten’s timeless photographs of the African American experience in Harlem.
Top: Zora Neale Hurston, 1940
Row two: L: Leontyne Price, 1953 R: Muriel Rahn, 1944.
Row three: L: Ethel Waters, 1940. R: Ella Fitzgerald, 1940
Bottom: Alvin Ailey, 1955
Photographs by Carl Van Vechten. Courtesy of the Carl Van Vechten Trust/Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
A Case For Optimism: Renewable Energy Surpasses Cynics Around The Globe
North Carolina Republicans Want Felony Charges for Those Who Disclose Fracking Chemicals
Transparency is the least you could hope for if you’re against fracking for energy. If North Carolina Republicans get their way, such transparency could result in a felony.
North Carolina already has a bad track record on toxic spills…
The infamous Firenado as a symptom of "Global Weirding."
The weather gets weird. The hots get hotter, the wets get wetter, the dries get drier, you’re going to see some really weird stuff.