ANGER AND RAGE broke out on a corner of New York City on June 28, 1969. Hundreds of gay, lesbian, and queer Americans, along with the homeless youths nearby who frequented the Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street, retaliated against police violence with every item at their disposal: garbage cans, beer bottles, pennies.Read More
Anna Kloth never had a typical job.
When college graduates scrambled to their first full-time employment, Anna moved from sunny California to the snowy mountains in Utah. She worked in fine dining at a ski resort – but really – she was there for her favorite winter sports: skiing and snowboarding. Anna later found herself surfing the snow in New Zealand, but on her trip to Honduras, she discovered a new adventure – scuba diving.Read More
There’s light glowing again in the narrow stone alley after two decades.
When the night falls, a corner of the pitch-black alley is illuminated by a few orange lanterns. The soft light comes from Xinqiding (心起町), a new coffee shop and creative space on this quiet backstreet. Jia-wei Lee, the owner, often spends the day here with his only staff, Teddy, a black and white bull terrier. Teddy usually curls up for a nap in his peaceful corner by the staircase. But if an occasional guest walks in, he makes sure to give his warm welcome by barking and tackling for a hug.Read More