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The week's best photojournalism

In some of the week's most memorable images, widows light up the Diwali night, an elephant makes a splash, and more

By Sarah Eberspacher and Lauren Hansen | October 24, 2014
Dawali
 

Painting the universe's portrait

A new book features thousands of years' worth of artwork probing what lies beyond our earthly bounds

By World Science Festival Staff | October 23, 2014
 

Caretakers of a disputed land

The Turkana have long lived as nomadic herders in East Africa's Ilemi Triangle. But drought has forced them to seek new trades and confront old rivalries.

By Sarah Eberspacher | October 21, 2014
Turkana
 

The week's best photojournalism

In some of the week's most striking images, a couple enjoys the fall foliage, officers salute a fallen comrade, and more

By Sarah Eberspacher and Lauren Hansen | October 17, 2014
Taiwan's National Day
 

Dancing through disability

A pioneering Brazilian school teaches ballet to the blind, deaf, and handicapped

By Sarah Eberspacher | October 15, 2014
Blind ballet
 

The old-world charm of Greece's endangered outdoor cinemas

A decades-long tradition is struggling to survive in the digital age

By Sarah Eberspacher | October 13, 2014
Greece outdoor cinema
 

The week's best photojournalism

In some of the week's most eye-catching images, the sun sets behind a seaside Ferris wheel, a gymnast twists and turns, and more

By Sarah Eberspacher and Lauren Hansen | October 10, 2014
Sunset
 

The nostalgic beauty of blending haircuts with railway history

All aboard at the Headhunters Barber Shop & Railway Museum in Northern Ireland

By Sarah Eberspacher | October 8, 2014
Headhunters Barber Shop & Museum
 

Inside the mind-bendingly eccentric, endearingly bizarre homes of the late, great Felix Dennis

The late British publisher was our leader, mentor, inspiration, and friend. And he had a style all his own.

By The Week Staff | October 6, 2014
Highfield, England, estate
 

The week's best photojournalism

In some of the week's most memorable images, the sun sets over a herd of Hungarian cattle, a Palestinian boy practices his parkour skills, and more

By Sarah Eberspacher and Lauren Hansen | October 3, 2014
Cattle
 

Moving beyond Punch and Judy's sinister past

A pair of puppets with a rather violent past get a makeover for today's young audiences

By Sarah Eberspacher | October 2, 2014
Punch and Judy
 

Confronting our twisted relationship with food

A young photographer turns the stories of women with eating disorders into searingly thought-provoking images

By Sarah Eberspacher | September 29, 2014
Food photograhy
 
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Visual storytelling, explorations in photojournalism, and behind-the-lens features from photographers and artists from around the globe. Captured is curated by TheWeek.com multimedia editor Lauren Hansen and her photo editing team, who managed to stop looking at images long enough to write this bio.
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