• Facebook Jan 15

    Does the Naked Body Belong on Facebook? It’s Complicated

    When is a photograph of nude bodies artistic or titillating? A woman’s exposed nipple a political statement or erotica? A video of childbirth might show genitalia. Should what someone considers a celebration of life be censored? In 1964, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously wrote in a case about obscene material that he could tell the difference when...

  • Oct 18, 2019

    Leaf Peeping: Top Instagram Photos of the Week

    Viewers shared some great photos on Instagram this week using the hashtag #FollowingNBC10Boston. Check out the most popular ones below.

  • social media May 24, 2019

    A Social Media Savvy Apartment in the Village

    Vickie Segar of Village Studio helps creates content for her clients to help get out their message. She designed the perfect social media ready home downtown, adorned with shades of gold and pops of pink. We join Vickie for a look at just what went into creating this chic apartment and why it’s so appealing.

  • PRESIDENT May 23, 2018

    Obama, Trump Presidencies Contrasted in Pete Souza’s New Photo Book ‘Shade’

    Official White House photographer Pete Souza took to Instagram to announce he has a new book coming out called “SHADE: A Tale of Two Presidents.” “Through my photographs and commentary, SHADE will vividly show where we are as a country contrasted with where we were,” he wrote on Instagram.

  • Nov 7, 2017

    Eyes of the Homeless Reveal Stories of Heartache, Hope

    It’s easy to walk past the homeless, to disregard the guy lying on the street or ignore the woman standing at an intersection holding a handwritten sign with a plea for help. It’s harder to look away when you’ve seen their eyes.

  • photography Feb 23, 2017

    ‘Father of the Selfie’ Takes Self Portraits Every Day for 3 Decades

    Photographer Karl Baden takes self portraits for different reasons that any other person might. His life-long photography project “Every Day” was meant to document his aging, with the first photo taken on Feb. 23, 1987 three decades ago and a daily self portrait taken ever since. Baden, the “Father of the Selfie,” says he intends to do the project for...

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