And that leaves us with Yann Gross's "Kitintale," a thrilling photographic record of the unlikely teenage skateboarders of Uganda. Photos from Gross's first and many subsequent trips to Kitintale were published in a nice newsprint volume last year, but the project is ongoing. It hasn't been all that easy for the skater kids of Kitintale--weather has beaten down their halfpipe, and in certain public places in Kampala, they can still be turned away for bearing "weapons" (their boards). But the publicity due in part to Gross's photographs has helped support what has been a hugely positive development in these kids' lives; Gross mentioned to me that a German foundation had recently stepped in as a significant backer. And now, when you Google "Kitintale Uganda," the first thing that comes up is the Kitintale Uganda Skateboarding Union. Pretty amazing.