Mark Byrnes

Beautiful Photos of Mexico From Half a Century Ago

Bernard Plossu was the country's Kerouac, telling stories through his seemingly aimless travels.

In Israel, Turning Bomb Shelters Into Art

Sderot has about 200 shelters. A city initiative tries to turn them into something less foreboding.

Preserving One of the 1964 World's Fair's Few Remnants

Philip Johnson's New York State Pavilion was designated a "National Treasure" earlier this week.

The Many Strange Faces of This Old Skyscraper

A unique look inside Manhattan's 101-year-old Woolworth Building.

Explaining Baltimore's Complicated Relationship With Its Sister Cities

Does that urban sibling connection mean anything at all?

Incredible Photos From L.A.'s Art Fair

A small preview of Paris Photo Los Angeles, taking place next week.

Catching and Saving Bucharest's Stray Dogs

More than 60,000 homeless canines roam the Romanian capital.

Revisiting the Work of One of America's Best Postwar Photographers

Some of Garry Winogrand's most compelling images of New York, L.A., and Albuquerque.

There's a Whole New Treasure Trove of Quirky Pathé Newsreels

Rotterdam's fully automated supermarket, a baby elephant roaming Central London, and more.

A Look Through the LAPD's Stunning Photo Archives

Old photographs from the infamous police department will be on display inside a fake police station at Paramount Studios.

The Number of Americans Living in High-Poverty Neighborhoods Is Still on the Rise

12.4 million people now live in economically devastated neighborhoods.

The Favelas Where World Cup Tourists Will Be Staying

Not all soccer fans can afford a swanky hotel by the beach. Property owners in some of Rio's slums are taking advantage.

A Painstakingly Recreated S-Bahn Map From a Divided Berlin

A 1980 version of the city's transit map, brought back to life.

These Dutch Tulip Fields Look Like Test Patterns

Book your Mid-April flight over Lisse stat.

Buffalo Was Once a Model for Integration. Now the Vast Majority of its Public Schools Are Segregated

How one of the city's biggest success stories went wrong.

Along the Haunting Buffer Zone That Divides This City in Two

In Cyprus, capital Nicosia remains split. It's an eerie reminder of a 40-year-old military conflict.

Why People Are Posing as Corpses in Ukrainian Supermarkets

In hopes of furthering a boycott of Russian goods, protesters are starting flash mobs to raise awareness.

Traveling an Earthquake-Damaged Highway by Foot

After last week's earthquake, residents of Iquique, Chile, traveled by foot to reach tsunami-proof higher land.

The Future of Chicago's Most Infamous Public Housing Project

The Chicago Housing Authority has unveiled its redevelopment plan for Cabrini-Green.