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Lee, who died at 73 last week from coronavirus, was a documentarian photographer of Asian Americans in New York City, shooting the community in moments of repose, work, and unrest.
A photographer's requests for protective gear like mask and a press helmet went unheard during the pandemic and mass protests, according to the suit.
Check out vintage photos from the late 1970s of artists including The Jam, David Bowie, Lou Reed, Queen and more.
A few photos from LIFE's star photographer John Dominis, who died in New York City yesterday.
“It’s just appalling that people think they can make money off the pain and suffering of the surviving family members,” said Al Santoro, a retired deputy chief who lost his 23-year-old firefighter son on 9/11.
Fey was confronted by a photographer and asked about her non-feud with Taylor Swift while crossing the street in the W 70's yesterday, and she responded appropriately, "Go f--k yourself."
[UPDATED, 3:15 p.m.] When a photographer declined DKNY's offer, he says they went ahead and used his photos anyway, without credit or compensation.
We spoke to a man who appears to be the only witness to the Alec Baldwin/NY Post photographer altercation. He says, "I didn't hear 'crackhead' or any derogatory comments."
Over the last 24 hours, Gothamist has gained an intimate peek into Alec Baldwin's mindset as he battles allegations of racism from the front page of the New York Post.
"If you want to put words in my mouth...I've certainly had my moments," Baldwin said. "But this isn't one of them. I don't think I've ever uttered a racial epithet to someone in my lifetime."
The famous Vietnam correspondent helped inform the country about the conflict there.
You can see video of the altercation at TMZ—Baldwin yells at the photographer, allegedly squeezes his arm, and tells him to leave. And he did this while clutching a pink teddy bear under his arm.
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