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What Goes On Tour: We speak to music photographers to find out about life on the road
The one thing that doesn’t seem to have altered is the way bands are documented via photography, on and off stage. Music photographers have been employed since cameras were invented, but photographers only really started tagging along on world tours when The Beatles traveled around the US in 1964. Their role hasn’t changed that much in the 50 or so years since then; the brief is still pretty much “document this stuff, because we’re making history.”
Kansas Scrambles To Change Rules After 6 Teens Enter Governor's Race
There are a lot of requirements if you want to vote in Kansas. You must be 18 years old. You need to show a photo ID at your polling place and show proof of U.S. citizenship when you register to vote. The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights says the state's voter ID laws are among the strictest in the nation. But when it comes to the rules about who can run for state office? There are no rules.
How a Mexican Janitor Invented Flamin' Hot Cheetos
The then Frito-Lay janitor is now an executive vice president at PepsiCo, all because of a spicy snack