It’s not too often that a South Florida blog gets mentioned in the New York Times blog, which is maintained by the paper’s metro reporters.
But it’s not too often that a South Florida blog writes about an upcoming New York event either
Monday morning, a few hours after
A group of Massachusetts Institute of Technology students who are touring the country and interviewing Americans for a school project have arrived in New York City where they have announced a flash mob in support of photographers’ rights.
The flash mob is scheduled for 7 p.m., Monday
Claiming to be on Homeland Security Detail, Miami-Dade police officer James Hanna found it suspicious that a St. Thomas University professor was taking photos in the university parking lot.
Hanna approached adjunct English professor Lamont Missick who was photographing a dent on his c
Update: Read my article on this subject in the Miami New Times.
Momoko Sudo, the Japanese artist who watched helplessly as a Coral Gables police officer deleted the photo she took of him as well as the other photos she had taken that day, was able to retrieve the photo using recovery softw
A Colorado photographer who insists on remaining anonymous claims he was harassed by Denver police officers after he attempted to photograph a private photo shoot on a public street.
The photographer, who is going by his Flicker username, Ringo Kamens, posted his complaint on the Colorado