Spring 2019/Issue 6

 
FEATURES

SAVING THE BEARS EARS NATIONAL MONUMENT
The sacred site where nomads once hunted wooly mammoths and Native Americans survived the Long Walk is under siege from the Federal Government. A look at this land of magic, mystery, and controversy. By Rob Schultheis • Photos by Gordon Wiltsie

AN HEIRESS AND THE SUBWAY
The battle over the L.A. Metro’s proposed extension beneath Beverly Hills High has links to President Donald Trump and a questionable real estate deal. This special investigation connects the lines. By Lance Williams and Matt Smith, Reveal/The Center for Investigative Reporting

BRING ROPES! A 3-YEAR-OLD IS TRAPPED IN A WELL
In 1949, a little girl fell 90 feet down a 14-inch hole. The live broadcast of the tragic, 48-hour rescue attempt changed TV forever. By Bill Deverell

FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA’S BIGGEST PRODUCTION YET
The filmmaker is on a quest to resurrect Napa Valley’s legendary Inglenook brand. He restored the winery’s historic chateau, replanted vineyards and hired a top wine maker from Bordeaux. Has the drink gone to his head? By Alan Goldfarb

MEET TUNNELBUG, URBAN EXPLORER EXTRAORDINAIRE
Where others see blight and danger, Jonathan Haeber sees the chance to photograph exquisite decay. Part preservationist, adventurer, and outlaw, Haeber goes where others fear to tread. By Zack Ruskin

LUCY FISHER’S HOLLYWOOD
The quiet force behind such films as Fame, One from the Heart, The Great Gatsby, and many others also made day care a real option for mothers working in Hollywood studios. Interview by Will Hearst

PORTFOLIO: SCOTT T. BAXTER
Known for his arresting portraits of ranchers and the West, this photographer’s work is in the permanent collection of several museums.

 

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DISPATCHES: Steve Jobs • Sea Ranch Exhibit • TMZ Bus Tour

COLD CASE: Original Spanish Kitchen

REVIEWS: Alvin Ailey • Angler • Podcasts

APPRECIATION: Sydney Goldstein

PROSPECTING: End of Life Photography

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