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Dalai Lama arrives at Yard Park in Washington DC to pour blessed sands from dissoved Kalachakra mandala into Anacostia River

On the final day of the Kalachakra for World Peace 2011 I drove to Yard Park in Washington, DC and waited for the Dalai Lama to arrive. Earlier that day the...

Dalai Lama on stage at the Capitol lawn; photographers and security in the background

I cover my head with a towel to get some small relief from the scorching sun. Cameras strung around my neck and lenses stuffed in pockets, I jockey for position at...

Dalai Lama at the Kalachakra for World Peace

Opening ceremonies at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC at the Kalachakra for World Peace, the Dalai Lama listens to opening remarks.

Ghost bikes, this one in memorium of bicyclist Nicole Cañón, who was killed by a motorist in Bogota, Colombia

With its rusting chain and flat tires, some consider the dilapidated, whitewashed bicycle chained to a sign post on Chicago’s north side a piece of urban junk. Cyclists know better. Pedaling...

In a Washington, D.C. Metro station on a cold January morning in 2007, a man with a violin played six Bach pieces. During his performance approximately two thousand people went through...

From the moment Barack Obama was declared President-elect, I began thinking about the possibility of attending his Inauguration. I searched the Internet and found dozens of sites offering tickets to the...