WDGY Studio and Transmitter Site, Bloomington, MN, 1970s Weegee traced its beginnings to 1923, when it went by the call letters KFMT. During the 1950s it became one of the first radio stations in the country to adopt a top-40, rock-and-roll format. WDGY stuck with top-40 (along with its chief competitors, KSTP and KDWB) until 1977, when it switched to country music. Photo via Flashbacks of Bloomington
Compound Installation by Sopheap Pich for Singapore Biennale 2011.Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich’s sculptures respond to and connect with his surroundings. After training in the United States and France, Pich returned to Cambodia and began using local materials such as rattan, bamboo and burlap that are primarily used in craft and agriculture.