Posts in One of Us
Photographer Kimbra Audrey gets to know the neighborhood

In Brooklyn’s Crown Heights you might be surprised to find a legendary motorcycle club, the Imperial MC, next door. Known for its inclusivity, the club is part brotherhood, part female empowerment, and not at all what its TV counterparts would lead you to believe.

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Want to break free? Meet Frank M. Ahearn, a real life "Disappear man"

Thinking of running away and starting over? Then, you need to hear from Frank M. Ahearn - an expert who helps people to discover their personal freedom or even disappear altogether. Kate Watson caught up with the American ex-pat in Madrid to obtain a few insights and see what he’s been up to.

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Sundance: Julian Rosefeldt on his incredible film "Manifesto"

Visual artist and filmmaker Julian Rosefeldt teamed up with Cate Blanchett to create Manifesto, a multi-screen installation showing that the right message can come from any mouth, in any way and still have power. Now, as the installation has been made into a feature film, Rosefeldt tells Us about his desire to reach the audiences that need to hear this message most.

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Photographer Clyde Butcher on finding beauty in natural chaos

Florida-based Clyde Butcher is a landscape photography legend, wading through Everglades swamps to capture stunning images of the natural world. He talked to Us of America about his work, his process and his passionate environmentalism.

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How Jim Morrison’s 1969 arrest forever altered American culture

The Doors took to a Florida stage in 1969 with their usual flashy gusto. Frontman Jim Morrison got drunk, simulated masturbation, and twice flashed the crowd... or so they say. Whatever actually went down that night, it forever altered the fabric of US culture.

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Meet Joe Carrillo, Miami's most notorious private eye

“Anytime there is a case that doesn’t get solved quickly, it usually comes to me.” Joe Carrillo is one of Miami's top private investigators, helping capture bad guys, rescue runaway teens and making the streets a safer place to be. When you lose all sense of hope, you go to Joe. 

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