“The state position is that everything is great in Crimea, everyone is happy and there is prosperity,” said Emine Ziyatdinova, who knew many Tatar families whose relatives had been killed or disappeared.
“The economics of the shelter dog reality are as cold as its consequences. Given the finite amount of space to house the unwanted dogs, sometimes over 100 a day, harsh decisions must be made as to which dogs live and which dogs die.”
"During a period that began during World War II and lasted through the end of the 1950s, photographers for The Times consistently took photographs of couples in the back seats of cars. The trend abruptly disappeared from our picture collection around 1960."
Our present bedazzlement-by-pixels was anticipated by a loosely affiliated group of artists who emerged in New York in the mid-1970s and early ’80s — before iPhones, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram.