~Meniscus Archives~
Winter 2004
Issue #6
Past, Present & Future

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Long's Peak: Epic Winter Ascent
Aron Ralston
Away I went, feeling as strong and prepared as I've ever felt for climbing a winter 14er. Via the iced-over Keyhole Route, I summited Longs Peak for my 41st winter 14er solo in 4-1/2 hours...

A Photo Essay on Peace
Join Meniscus Magazine in downtown Boston during political season to see what the people have to say.

è bella Designs in Peru
Michael Weintrob
Photographer Michael Weintrob travels to Peru with è bella Designs, to capture how è bella has helped to revive the art of weaving and the Peruvuian economy.


Photo Essay on Peace
Published 8/1/03

Photos by Jon Heinrich

Replica of Picasso's, Guernica. In 1937 Pablo Picasso, in his distinctive Synthetic Cubist style, depicted the Basque capital of Guernica after an air raid on April 26. German planes all but destroyed the city and its inhabitants. This is Picasso's emotional response to the wanton slaughter of the town. A replica of this emblem now hangs in the United Nations building in rememberance of the unforgettable terror and suffering.

Tansey, Richard and Fred Kleiner, Gardner's Art Through the Ages. Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1996.

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