The New Yorker

EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY

Some people requested figurative portraits of themselves. Many asked for images of their families living fantasy lives, photoshopped into the safety and security—a mansion, a luxury car, wads of cash—that they had been unable to provide. Others asked for quiet glimpses of nature, of animals lolling about or plants shooting up through dirt.
THE BEAT GOES ON

What began fifty years ago as a beginners’ dance class in Illinois is now a multimillion-dollar company that operates in twenty-five countries.
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