Graffiti van, Brooklyn (3711)
Walking through Chau Doc around sunset in search of a hotel.
Been there — in more ways than one…
neon signs at night time on broadway, new york, 1950s
Subway stairs down from the JZ, Brooklyn (3704)
A 1960s Brooklyn street scene.
It still rings true today: no other ketchup tastes like Heinz.
Snow, West 22nd Street, 1958
From The New York School: Photographs, 1936-1963
Thanks to liquidnight
Afghan demonstrators gather in Kabul on March 6 to protest the killing of nine boys, ranging from 9 to 15 years old, by a NATO air raid in the northeastern province of Kunar. Hundreds poured into the streets of the capital, some chanting “Death to America.” The attack was “one of the war’s worst cases of mistaken killings by foreign-led forces,” according to the New York Times. Petraeus issued a personal apology for the killings in a NATO statement. Afghan President Hamid Karzai rejected Petraeus’s apology for the killing of the nine children, saying that the Afghan people ” are tired of these incidents and excuses, and condemnations cannot relieve their pain.”
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It is a date being discussed in Iraq’s tea shops, on television and in the streets with varying shades of hope, fear and cynicism.
On Friday, thousands of Iraqis are planning to take to the streets for their own “day of rage,” hoping to harness the popular anger that has swept through much of the Middle East but has failed to gain much traction here.
A Libyan man reportedly carries away the shrouded, partial remains of another man’s body on the front page of the Khaleej Times (published in Dubai, United Arab Emirates).