Kevin Downs is a photojournalist. He covers mainly local news, daily life, natural disasters, and the political and social realities of his community. The stories aren’t always red-hot, but they’re nonetheless corrosive , and the community is his own. More than two months after Sandy, the media frenzy has died down, the media requirements of a crazy planet on which incidents broke out constantly and everywhere have placed the event far away in the minds, like a vague anecdotal aftertaste.
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