Photojournalist shares power of stories, sacrifice at UD

In the middle of a presentation on immigration and storytelling Tuesday at University of Dubuque’s Heritage Center, the audience erupted into quiet conversation. Saul Flores, a motivational speaker and photojournalist, asked the theater full of college students to share with one another about someone in their lives who sacrificed for them.
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Watch 24 Cap Times Idea Fest videos; read stories and see photos

Cap Times Idea Fest, Madison's premier thought festival, may have technically ended on Saturday at UW-Madison, but sessions remain online for you to watch on your schedule. Catch up on coverage by our news team of the discussions, and view photos taken by photojournalist Ruthie Hauge. Videos are embedded in stories, or see them all at
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Chatham Community Players to open 100th season with 'Time Stands Still'

CHATHAM – The Chatham Community Players opens its 100th season with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies’ “Time Stands Still”. The production will put on seven performances of the show from Friday, Oct. 1 through Saturday, Oct. 16. The play marks Maplewood resident Tait Ruppert’s Chatham Community Players directorial debut. “Margulies’...
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Canon Helps Empower Aspiring Photojournalists through its Support of the Eddie Adams Workshop

Building on its commitment to foster young talent through the power of technology, Canon U.S.A. Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, announced its participation as a lead supporter of the esteemed Eddie Adams Workshop. The workshop is an annual program that offers a unique learning environment for young photojournalists while honoring the legacy of photographer and photojournalist Eddie Adams. This collaboration further cements Canon’s support of photojournalists while enabling future generations of storytellers to continue to learn and grow through the power of photography.
Kankakee Daily Journal

PHOTOS: Nearly 400 volunteers work to cleanup the river

Each year, nearly 400 volunteers remove 15 to 20 tons of garbage from the waterways including washing machines, shopping carts and tires. Tiffany has been a photojournalist with the DJ since 2014 & Photo Editor since 2018. She covers everything from daily news, sports and Lifestyles magazine shoots. A Herscher grad, Tiffany received her B.A. in Journalism at Southern Illinois University.

Stunning Photos of Life in the 1950s Soviet Union by German Photographer

Peter Bock-Schroeder was a German photographer and photojournalist. In 1933, he graduated from the Photo-Atelier Binder in Berlin with a degree in photojournalism. Peter Bock-Schroeder was the first West-German photographer to be granted permission to work in the USSR during World War II. The assignment was from West German film production. The task was to travel with an international film crew to produce the documentary: ‘Russia today, We saw with our Eyes.’ Soviet authorities approved the film. From the oriental south to the far north, from western Russia to Siberia, his journey took him through the vast space of the former Soviet republics. Bock-Schroeder sewed most of his exposed rolls of film into his trench coat just before leaving for West Berlin and transported his work into the country.
Kankakee Daily Journal

PHOTOS: Hispanic heritage celebrated at Kankakee Farmers Market

The Hispanic Heritage Celebration at the Kankakee Farmers Market on Saturday followed Mexican Independence Day on Sept. 16 and the start of Hispanic Heritage Month on Sept. 15. Tiffany has been a photojournalist with the DJ since 2014 & Photo Editor since 2018. She covers everything from daily news, sports...

Read the latest Gambit: Photojournalist Cheryl Gerber remembers the New Orleanians we've lost

Photojournalist Cheryl Gerber has documented New Orleans culture and life for more than 30 years, including covering the lives of many of those we've lost in the 18 months since the COVID-19 pandemic began. From cultural preservationists Ronald Lewis and Sylvester Francis to musicians Ellis Marsalis and Bennie Pete to people like Carol Sutton, Julia Reed, Michelle McRaney and many others, the losses suffered by the city have been immense.

Indira Gandhi's assassination was a turning point for photojournalists. It made them prime targets

Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s assassination on 31 October 1984 and the anti-Sikh riots that followed was probably a turning point for photojournalists in general and for me personally. Before 1984, we photojournalists had to only watch out for the cops who were inclined to thrash us and smash our cameras, but now there were violent mobs that were an even greater threat. And it has been like that ever since. In any riot, demonstration or situation of strife, photojournalists are the first targets, always under attack from both sides!

Brewvine: Right Brain Brewery Keeping Beer Curious

Right Brain Brewery in Traverse City is known for its “curious” beer and this fall they’re bringing back some of their most popular brews. For this week’s Brewvine, Whitney Amann and photojournalist Jeremy Erickson show you how Right Brain is keeping beer curious. “Yesterday I saw the tree in our...

In Photos: Riders victorious over Argonauts

The Saskatchewan Roughriders played the Toronto Argonauts at Mosaic Stadium on Friday night. The Green and White came out on top, securing a 30-16 victory over the visitors. Here are a few of photojournalist Brandon Harder’s images from the game: