Can You Handle the Heat?

By Emre Sarigul / July 2, 2022

(A Looking Back post: image taken November 2021) This photograph was taken during the transition period when the UK started to lift COVID restrictions and life began returning to the heart of London. My goal was to show everyday Londoners whose stories are often forgotten. Every day, thousands of people walk through Chinatown and hundreds…

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PseudoSymphonics for Dystopian Times

By Stanley Sagov / January 26, 2022

In keeping with the state of the country and the world, I’m encouraging myself to access existential angst. I believe that this new four-part composition has the dystopian ambience I need to inhabit lately. Stanley Sagov · PseudoSymphonics for dystopian fans in 2022 Copyright © 2022 Stanley Sagov Stanley SagovStanley Sagov leads an intense dual…

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Falling And Failing In Our Dystopian Era

By Stanley Sagov / September 6, 2021

Stills reeling with the confluence of crises and global polarization and today it came out sounding like … this: Stanley SagovStanley Sagov leads an intense dual life as a physician (Family Practice Group, The Sagov Center for Family Medicine) and jazz pianist/composer. He is the leader of Remembering The Future Jazz Band, a bunch of…

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Monday “Masks of Boston” 2021 #17

By Katherine Taylor / April 26, 2021

Who do you wear a mask for? (Ed. Note: Each Monday, The Pandemic Lens publishes an image from Katherine Taylor’s “Masks of Boston” project. To date, Kathryn has photographed nearly 300 people from all walks of life. Visit Masks of Boston  to read the profile of each person and learn who they wear a mask…

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