Michael Nichols has seen the entire world through an extremely unique lens. Over decades of work for such publications as “National Geographic,” Mr. Nichols has traveled the planet to film — in stills and video — nature, peoples and otherwise capture images of our planet in a way rarely seen. An exhibition of his impressive catalog of work, “Wild: Michael Nichols,” is now open at the Philadelphia Museum of Art through Sept. 17, the first major exhibition of the photographer’s work.
President Trump on Thursday abandoned plans to create an advisory board on infrastructure, the third business-related setback of the week amid CEOs turning their backs on him.
Summer isn’t over until Myrtle Beach says so. Accordingly, the beachfront city in South Carolina will begin its “60 More Days of Summer” campaign Sept. 1 as a way to continue to attract beachgoers and vacationers past the traditional Labor Day marking of the end of the season.
Passengers boarding subway trains in Los Angeles may soon be shuffled through airport-style body scanners that are aimed to detect firearms and explosives.
Amid a host of policy shifts from the Obama to Trump eras, one thing that has remained constant at the Interior Department is its massive online following, driven primarily by daily posts featuring wildlife, scenic landscapes and breathtaking views of the nation’s national parks.