Remnants of America’s Golden Age with Leah Frances of Instagram’s @AmericanSquares

Raised on a steady diet of Mid-Century American cinema, Leah Frances’ fascination with cataloguing relics of America past comes as no surprise. We spoke to the photographer behind the US-focused Instagram account @americansquares about her work.

So Long For A While: West Hollywood’s Hit Parade Waves Goodbye, for now

This year the iconic West Hollywood Gay Pride Parade will be replaced by a protest march for human rights. Rick Sandack reflects on decades-old celebration of the LGBTQ community.

Wonder Woman: The OG Feminist Icon

Ahead of the release of the first ever Wonder Woman film, directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot, we take a look at the legacy of the first female superhero - an icon of female empowerment.

Maine’s Fifteen Seat Palace

The counter of Maine’s oldest dining car has served hungry people since 1927. Today, you’ll find crowds of people keen to check-out this 15 seat diner thanks to new owners Chad Conley and Greg Mitchell. Focusing on local and simple fare, the Palace Diner has put the small town of Biddeford on the foodie-map.

Baby, You can drive my (art) car

Want to pimp your ride? In Vallejo, California you’ll find a community of people who can help. Meet the group who dedicate their time to transforming the everyday vehicle into works of art. Brooke Harris Wolff caught up with Art Car artist Greg Nett to find out more.