At the Canadian competitive laughing championship, Sam Riches met a bunch of people trying to elevate the pursuit of joy into a sport.
In the past nine days, the mayor of Toronto admitted he smoked crack, denied hiring a hacker, got accused of ordering a beating, and talked about how much he loves eating his wife’s pussy.
Juliano was the founder of the Freedom Theatre. He was an Israeli citizen, the son of a Jewish mother and therefore a Jew in the eyes of the Jewish state. But his father was a Palestinian from Nazareth, and Juliano was a passionate believer in the Palestinian cause. He would often say he was ‘100 per cent Palestinian and 100 per cent Jewish’, but in Israel he was seldom allowed to forget he was the son of an Arab, and in Jenin he was seen as an Israeli, a Jew, no matter how much he did for the camp.
Neal Boenzi has been called the greatest photographer to ever walk through the doors of the New York Times.
A massive unseen archive of his work goes on display in New York City until November 27. It’s an absolute must-see.
This post is dedicated to all the wonderful people who have donated their time, love, money or energy to helping me and my family during this challenging time.
8 years ago, quite uncharacteristically, I embarked on a very private spiritual quest. Driven…
Big big love to my dear friend Christian. We’ve all got your back mate. X
My photos from a trip inside Majlis Al Jinn in Oman, the second-largest cave chamber in the world. This is one of the only sets of high-quality photos from inside the chamber, which requires a 180m abseil to get inside the cave. The cave has been closed for the last few years due to safety reasons, but I hope you like these rare photos.