In this age of the super-rich, perhaps it’s time to revive liturgy. It worked for the ancient Athenians, and perhaps it could work for us
Frank G. Carpenter, journalist, author, photographer, and world traveler, was born in Mansfield, Ohio in 1855. Following his graduation from the University of Wooster in Ohio in 1877, Carpenter began working for the Cleveland Leader and in 1882 he became the Washington, D.C. correspondent for that newspaper and had a regular column entitled “Carp’s Washington.”
People often ask me, what are your favorite cities in the world. I undoubtedly answer with two cities you rarely hear mentioned as “favorites” – Athens, Greece and Los Angeles, California.
Marie-Margaux Tsakiri-Scanatovits is a freelance illustrator and animator based in North London and graduate from the Royal College of Art. She is also part of Moth, a collective set up by Daniel Chester, David Prosser and herself.