Anthony C. LoBaido is a journalist, ghostwriter and photographer. He has worked in 53 nations around the world – from Laos to Lebanon, from Belize to Botswana and from Nepal to Namibia. He also published a book on the Kurds. Some of LoBaido’s favorite stories include attending the British Army’s jungle warfare training in Central America, retracing Lawrence of Arabia’s World War I trek through Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, investigating the blood diamonds of Sierra Leone as popularized in the Leonardo DiCaprio film by the same name, meeting “CNN hero” Aki Ra at one of his landmine digs in northern Cambodia, working with Time Magazine’s “Hero of Asia” Lek Chailert on her crusade to assist injured and abused elephants in Southeast Asia, rescuing HIV/Aids throw-away babies in the garbage dumps of Cape Town, South Africa, as well as visiting a leper colony in Myanmar. LoBaido’s articles have been cited by Ivy League universities such as Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania. As a photographer, LoBaido made National Geographic in 2014.
Oct 11, 2016 7:00 PM WST
If you’re analyzing the automobiles driving around you on various streets, parkways and highways, you’ll be hard pressed to dismiss the reality that most of the new car models look pretty similar in terms of their collective design. Citizens in various nations around the world are noticing new trends more and more. It’s as if there’s an agenda of amalgamation. This marks the end of one automotive era, and the beginning of a new one.
Oct 10, 2016 11:30 PM WST
These ancient trees date back 3000 years. Their inner rings tell the story of human history in terms of climate variance through the past three millennia. Located in the southern Sierra Nevada, Sequoia National Park was set up in 1890. The nearest major city is Visalia. The park encompasses more than 600 square miles and features the single highest point in the lower 48 continental state — Mount Whitney — which is more than 14,000 feet (over 4,000 meters) above sea level.
Oct 09, 2016 10:00 PM WST
The best and brightest from around the world continue to move to the San Francisco Bay Area (SFBA) in a relentless quest to “make it.” There can be no doubt this is one of the world’s loveliest regions. but also biggest drawback however, remains the horrendous traffic congestion that continues to grow worse and worse.
Oct 07, 2016 7:00 PM WST
There can be no doubt the Internet has become an integral part of our lives. We use it every single day. There are those who will swear on a stack of Bibles that they’d rather give up their family than forego the use of their iPhone. This notion points to a cognitive architecture that would be alien to previous generations.
Oct 07, 2016 1:35 PM WST
Oct 06, 2016 7:30 PM WST
Detroit was once the richest city is the world. It boasted the highest per capital income in the entire United States. The American Dream was realized in Detroit in a radical new way as the middle class gained a stellar income and access to higher education and personalized mobility through Henry Ford’s invention of the automobile.
Oct 06, 2016 6:55 PM WST
Back to the Future Car - How the DeLorean Inspired 21st Century Automotive Engineering
Oct 05, 2016 11:00 PM WST
The actress Zhu Zhu, considered to be the most beautiful Chinese woman in the world, starred in the epic “Marco Polo” series on Netflix
Oct 04, 2016 6:00 PM WST
Why was the failure of Rabban Bar Sauma’s mission to the Vatican so important to world history? The reason is simple. The Europeans wanted Jerusalem. They needed the Middle East as a land-based gateway to India and China. When an agreement with the Mongol Empire to dethrone Islam from the Middle East could not be reached, Europeans had to turn to the seas to find oceanic maritime routes “to the East.”
Oct 03, 2016 8:00 PM WST
The Big Trees of Calaveras at Sequoia National Park