Andrew Douglas Sullivan


Denis Leary
Architect Barry Svigals
Daredevil chef Bun Lai, leader of the sustainable sushi movement.
Raimundo Sodré, sambista
Jazz drummer
La Banda
Green shuka
Samburu elder
Chairman John, Oldo Nyiro
Catedral de Antigua
Harlem jazz impresario Marjorie Eliot writes the set list for the concert she hosts in her apartment every Sunday.
Ben Knox Miller, right, and Mat Davidson of The Low Anthem, in the abandoned pizza sauce factory where the band recorded its album Smart Flesh.
Ignacio Perez Borrel, a former member of Buena Vista Social Club.
Lupita Lopez, bullfighter.
The beekeeper
Marina Marchese, of Red Bee.
Beekeeper Andrew Cote
Samburu warrior
L.J. Foley, known for his role as
Emrys Tetu
Nate Lucas, left, and his father, the late Max Lucas, renowned saxophonist.
Raheim was inducted into the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five.
Luis Cedeno, known as DJ Disco Wiz, was the first Latino hip-hop DJ. His memoir,
Curtis Fisher, known as Grandmaster Caz, penned the lyrics to
John Friede owns the world's largest private collection of art from Papua New Guinea. He has bequeathed it to the de Young Museum in San Francisco.