Ansel Adams News
They Might Be Giants, Dweezil Zappa, Ty Segall and More Music Reviews
After Adele sold 3.38 million copies of her album “25,” last week, we have kind of an unusual collection of new releases. They Might Be Giants release their second new album of 2015 and their fifth album for kids overall, Dweezil Zappa brings forth associations with his father in the best way
See This, Skip That: Norfolk
My first lesson when I visited Norfolk? How to pronounce it. Call it Nor-fok, or better yet, Naw-fok. But don’t call it Nor-folk. No matter how you say it, though, this truly is one of the great historic cities in America. Travelers will find nearly 150 miles of sweeping coastline here, a thriving
Carl Sagan, Ansel Adams and the Clinton White House's Dead People Problem
How do you solve a problem like the Presidential Medal of Freedom? “We’re having trouble thinking up great living people,” Shelley N. Fidler, an aide in Bill Clinton’s White House, wrote to a colleague in a 1997 memo floating the names of possible recipients of...
Filter Fakers Catches Instagram Photo Phonies
Whether it’s through Instagram, Twitter or Flickr, smartphone-toting photographers unleash their inner Ansel Adams at the touch of a button, applying one of several different filters to give their photograph an artistic flourish. But some users will deny using filters and claim that their photos ...
Bears Raid California Man's Kitchen
Uninvited houseguests helped themselves to food after breaking through a doggie door in Monrovia.
Crowds stream into Yosemite National Park
It's just past 8 on a Saturday morning in late April, and rush hour at the Curry Village coffee counter is in full swing. Among the more than 50 bleary-eyed tourists waiting in line for hot java is Monterey, Calif., builder Mickey Gawlowski, who has vacationed in 19th-century environmentalist John
Excerpt: 'The LIFE Guide to Photography'
Joe McNally's LIFE Guide to Digital Photography is full of tips, tricks, how-to, and pictures from the author's photo career, which spans over three decades. He writes about the basics of photography in an entertaining way, with a taste of humor. Click HERE to see the iPad digital photo app. Here
'GMA' Anchors' Picks: Coffee Table Books
It's a tried and true "Good Morning America" tradition. Each holiday season, the "GMA" anchors choose their favorite coffee table books of the year. George Stephanopoulos, Elizabeth Vargas (who filled in for Robin Roberts), Juju Chang and Sam Champion share their favorites below. CLICK HERE for our
'GMA' Anchors' Favorite Coffee Table Books
George, Elizabeth, Juju and Sam offer their picks for gift ideas for loved ones.
Ansel Adams Photo Authenticity Disputed
If negatives discovered at garage sale are real, they could be worth millions.