"As police moved up West Florissant, many residents said they were trapped. The neighborhood consists of a series of cul-de-sacs with one main road — West Florissant, now blocked by police — stretching between them.
 
“I was just trying to get to my sister’s house,” cried one 23-year-old, who lay sobbing on a lawn.
 
He said he was walking home when officers approached him and sprayed tear gas in his face and peppered him with rubber bullets.
 
“These m———— came out of the cut and sprayed me in the face like this is a f—– video game or something.” the man said. His friends pleaded with an ambulance to hurry, and a neighbor offered to drive him to the hospital.
 
“I don’t need a hospital,” the man yelled. “This is my home.”"

Police use tear gas on crowd in Ferguson, Mo., protesting teen’s death - The Washington Post (via wilwheaton)

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PHOTOGRAPH BY ARUN SANKAR K—AP
March. 16, 2014. An Indian boy drags another on the floor of an apartment as they play with colored powder during the Holi festival in Chennai, India. 
From the ongoing search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 to the succession of Crimea to Russia, and from the celebration of Holi in India to twin polar bear cubs in Germany, TIME presents the best pictures of the week. 

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PHOTOGRAPH BY ARUN SANKAR KAP

March. 16, 2014. An Indian boy drags another on the floor of an apartment as they play with colored powder during the Holi festival in Chennai, India. 

From the ongoing search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 to the succession of Crimea to Russia, and from the celebration of Holi in India to twin polar bear cubs in Germany, TIME presents the best pictures of the week

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"Robert Irwin installing his work “Scrim Veil — Black Rectangle — Natural Light” in 1977" at the Whitney Museum (NYTimes)

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"Robert Irwin installing his work “Scrim Veil — Black Rectangle — Natural Light” in 1977" at the Whitney Museum (NYTimes)