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Michelle A Thorns
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“What a privilege it was to photograph the incomparable Afeni Shakur, mother of Tupac Amaru Shakur, at her home in Lumberton, North Carolina in 2003. This…”
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She could definitely be kin! 
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Photography has been a medium of limitless possibilities since it was originally invented in the early 1800s. The use of cameras has allowed us to capture
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This is what popped in my head when I heard of his passing.
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+Michelle A Thorns Me too! One of my favorite songs period. I know most people think of Stomp or Strawberry Letter at first when they think of the Brother's Johnson...but this is the one that i think of first. RIP Louis J
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I’m not one to linger on the good ‘ol days of yore, wishing for simpler times and a past where change plays no part. But the advancement of smart phones and other devices inevitably alter our lives — sometimes for better, sometimes for worse, and sometimes without us realizing it. What were once comfortable rituals that grounded and provided structure to our home life have gone by the wayside. Instead we get the information and entertainment we n...
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I'm glad the answering machine died.

I do miss Saturday Morning cartoons though. It was an experience.
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Atlanta Held in Contempt for Failing to Comply with Photographers’ Rights http://petapixel.com/2015/05/15/atlanta-held-in-contempt-for-failing-to-comply-with-photographers-rights/
Three years ago, a woman named Felicia Anderson won a judgement against the city of Atlanta after she was arrested while photographing the arrest of a neig
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Good for her. Bad Atlanta. Bad.
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Who Gets To Be A Celebrity? National Portrait Gallery Exhibit Explores Star Power http://thinkprogress.org/culture/2015/05/27/3663123/gets-celebrity-national-portrait-gallery-exhibit-explores-star-power/
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Robert De Niro to Graduating Art Students: ‘You’re F**ked’ http://petapixel.com/2015/05/24/robert-de-niro-to-graduating-art-students-youre-fked/
Robert De Niro was recently invited to give the graduation speech to the 2015 class at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts -- a large audience t
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Aw man. R.I.P.
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Seriously: Police work is an incredibly high-stress job, so anything that relieves stress is worth a look. And some are doing just that.
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Yesterday we shared how one photographer was surprised when a casual request to "share" her Facebook photo turned out to be a request to use it in a nation
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Happy Born Day Big Serg +Sergio Bowser​!
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  • Tulane University
    MBA, 1990 - 1992
  • Indiana University
    B.S. Business, 1984 - 1988
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Justice, freedom, peace and love
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Female
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Soulpowr, MsSoulpower, Soulpower, Soulflower
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Museum tour is self-guided. Patrons are allowed to board many of the railcars and take photos. There is a miniature train on site used to tour the grounds which is great for children. To view all the trains, other artifacts and to read the descriptions would likely take about two hours. All railroad, transportation and history buffs as well as children who love trains will enjoy this museum.
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