The 2016 ceasefire was supposed to help Farc’s ex-guerillas reintegrate into society, but with little work and many having been murdered, fear stalks the camps In a Colombian reintegration camp for former guerrilla fighters, María Rosalba García de Sepúlveda …Read More
I make up to $800 in tips a day as a bikini barista. Customers can be scary, but I love my job and its perks.
Grace Morris makes coffee in her underwear for a living in the greater Seattle area, where bikini barista stands have been popular for decades.Read More
Nothing is as simple as it seems for Matthieu Blazy’s Bottega Veneta. It’s a thought process, an ethos that drives the luxury label’s success; clothes are more than just garments you hang from your body, but statements of simplicity explored under a deceptive…Read More
Four US-made M4 Carbine rifles lean against the back of the sofa. The young men, mostly dressed in black civilian clothes, are relaxed and chatty. Neighbors pop their heads in to say hello through a door open to the street.Read More
A Dundee exhibition traces the strange history of plastic from imitation ivory billiard balls to polluting particles – and asks if it can be rehabilitatedIn one sense the story of plastic is a straightforward cautionary tale. What was initially hailed as a wo…Read More