A Father and Son Take a Picture Once a Year … For 27 Years?!

By Richard K. Noots This father and son duo decided to do a project that would span their lifetimes: To take one picture every year for as long as they can. While the end prospects of that statement can be depressing, what matters is a family’s growth. Not only externally, but internally. Luckily, you can see all of…

This Hand Transplant May Mean Bad News For the Prosthetic Market

By Richard K. Noots Little Zion was a poor boy without hands and feet. The reason? A nasty infection that almost killed him managed to be staved off by removing what we all would consider the most important part of our limbs. However, that never deterred Zion. Instead, he continued to do all the normal things a…

This Monumental Installation Symbolizes Boston’s History & Progress

By Anne Cacherell Blending into the sky within the day and coming to life at night, this ethereal sculpture by internationally renowned local artist Janet Echelman titled “As If It Were Already Here” has transformed Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy into a huge museum. Created for the city’s public art program, this monumental installation serves…

The Reality of Tomb Robbing Is More Grave Than You Think

By Richard K. Noots Egypt has a big problem. The art of Tomb Raiding, or stealing historical artifacts from sites without the know-how of any overseeing government entity is becoming a huge issue. Turns out, tomb raiders aren’t like Lara Croft or Indiana Jones. They only have one goal: To make a profit. Many people are afraid that valuable history is being destroyed, but the…