Let’s set aside the controversy over individual/state/federal rights for a moment and say you’re someone who appreciates that public lands are preserved for your camping, fishing, hiking, hunting and rock-climbing pleasure.
Frequent DC contributor Greg Thilmont was hanging out at the Art Motel at Life is Beautiful Fest the other night shooting some video. He sent us this photo of a pile of accoutrements destined for installations, including a large, sparkling red rabbit with gold ears.
Talk about a photographic memory. In his 26 years taking photos for the Las Vegas News Bureau, Darrin Bush has witnessed the evolution of the modern Strip. If there was an implosion, he shot it. New casinos growing from the rubble? He chronicled it. Grand opening fireworks? He was there.
It’s no secret that we’re living in Droughtville. With grim regularity, it seems like a few months don’t eke by before there’s a new study that startles researchers into a new level of shock at, yikes, how arid things are in the West ...