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Beautiful set of 1970s era photos. It's so hard to capture that yellowed, desaturated look with modern techniques. "For the Documerica Project (1971-1977), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) hired freelance photographers to capture images relating to environmental problems, EPA activities, and everyday life in the 1970s."
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"Live Nation Entertainment...is a colossus unlike anything the industry has ever seen. Ticketmaster has roughly 70 percent of the concert ticket market in the United States and is known for the ever-rising cost of an assortment of tacked-on fees, now as much a part of concert experience as sticky floors and shoving."
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"Last Saturday was my 12-year anniversary of moving to the US. Microsoft brought me here. Contrary to a lot of immigrants, while in Brazil, I never felt the need to move to the US. It actually never crossed my mind to move here. But once an amazing job opportunity presented itself, I took it and here I am. There are lots of pros and cons of living in the US, and lots of pros and cons of being an immigrant, but for now I just want to enumerate twelve reasons I think the US is great..."
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Some awesome images on display here by the White house News Photographers Association. The top navigation is a little confusing, but within the Still Photography category the Picture Story/News, Political Portfolio and Portfolio sections are particularly impressive.
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