I started my journals in the late ’70s. They were initially used to keep track of places I’d traveled, expenses and for family Polaroids. In the ’90s, they grew more complicated in construction, then reached a zenith in the early 2000s. The biggest challenge came when I no longer used film and lost the ability to use contact sheets and Polaroids from shoots. These journals are my time capsule. Enjoy.
Jessica Mendoza's greatest pride is her background. The Olympic Gold Medalist shines light on her Hispanic heritage fueling her career.
Channing Frye and Iman Shumpert are back to explain the stakes, place bets and analyze the most valuable players in the NBA Finals.
When the pandemic started, I guess we all needed to find hobbies to help us pass the time. For me, it was reading. This has been a pretty big year for me — tra