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Brenda Ann Kenneally for TIME
Photo Essay

The Last Nights at The Western

The Western was the gambler's version of Cheers, but there was no place for it in a supersized Las Vegas. This week, the hotel, seen in photographs by Brenda Ann Kenneally, closed its doors for the last time.

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phil053
Out There

Mark Steinmetz’s Summertime

The photographer's new book captures both the spirit of American youth and the mood of Summer.

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Eunice Adorno
Photo Essay

The Flower Girls: Mennonites in Mexico

Mexican photographer Eunice Adorno explores the isolated Mennonite communities in Mexico in her new book, "Las Mujeres Flores".

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© Leonard Freed — Magnum Photos / Museum of the City of New York
Out There

Behind New York City’s ‘Police Work’

A new exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York features photographer Leonard Freed's images of cops in the 1970's.

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Denis Balibouse—Reuters
Closeup

Pictures of the Week, January 13 – January 20

From Costa Concordia's sinking and dog sled races in France to Chinese New Year celebrations and a panda farewell, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Christopher Morris—VII for TIME
The Backstory

Inside Barack Obama’s World

TIME contract photographer Christopher Morris spent the day with the U.S. president for this week's cover story.

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Christer Strömholm—Agence VU—Aurora Photos
Out There

Sleepless Nights in Paris’ Red Light District

Photographer Christer Strömholm documents the nightlife of Pigalle's transsexual prostitutes in the republishing of his 1986 book, Les Amies de Place Blanche.

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John Topham
Out There

Two Photographers’ Mission to Retrace a Lost Liberia

When Canadian brothers Jeff and Andrew Topham returned to the war torn West African country of their childhood to re-shoot their father’s photos for a documentary, they found a nation whose photographic memory had been destroyed by war.

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Glenna Gordon
Photo Essay

Living with the Past in Liberia

As Liberia inaugurates Nobel Laureate Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to her second term as president today, photographer Glenna Gordon reflects on how the West African nation continues to grapple with its complicated past.

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Tsering Topgyal
Closeup

Pictures of the Week, January 6 – January 13

From violence in Syria to the New Hampshire Republican primary and Uttar Pradesh’s giant stone elephant statues, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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