Then & Now: Gaëtane Niquet was "Jacky" in 1961, one of a community of young and attractive transexuals who hustled the streets of a Paris red light district to raise money for sex-change operations. Swedish photographer Christer Strömholm befriended them and documented their lives with images that became a sensational 1983 book, "Les Amies de Place Blanche." Niquet attended the 2012 opening of an exhibit of Strömholm's work at New York's International Center of Photography.
Ben & Jerry Occupy Wall Street. The hippie-imaged Vermont ice cream vendor, now a subsidiary of Unilever, was one of the first large companies to support the 2011 protest. Co-founder Ben Cohen personally scooped out cones to all-comers at Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan.
Protest with sprinkles? Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's, serves cones to demonstrators and passersby at the Occupy Wall Street demonstration in lower Manhattan. The Vermont-based ice cream company announced public support of the 2011 movement a few weeks after it began.
Dog Day Afternoon. Sound asleep in the "bedroom" section of the 2011 Occupy Wall Street demonstration at Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan.
Record producer and rapper Dr. Dre speaks at New York event promoting Club Beats, a line of high-definition earbuds and headphones manufactured by Monster Cable Products with his collaboration.
Rapper and record producer Dr. Dre chats with fans at 2009 New York event promoting Club Beats, a line of headphones developed with his collaboration.
Actor Willem Dafoe at cast party following his 2009 opening night performance in Richard Foreman's "Idiot Savant" at New York's Public Theater.
Welcoming a new rector. Here, the Rev. Erika K. Meyers is installed by Bishop Catherine Roskam at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Manhattan on January 27, 2010.
Choir sings at the installation of a new rector at Manhattan's Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in January of 2010.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs at 2006 opening of the company's Fifth Avenue store in Manhattan.
Apple's Steve Jobs at June, 2006, opening of Apple Fifth Avenue store in New York City.
Actor Kevin Bacon at June, 2006, opening of Apple Fifth Avenue store in New York City
Actor James Woods at June, 2006, opening of Apple Fifth Avenue store in New York.
Rachael Scidoris became the first legally blind musher to complete the 1,200-mile Iditarod sled dog race in 2006. She is seen here at age 20 with her father and manager, Jerry Scidoris, before the official start of the 2005 Iditarod.
Former "ER" star Anthony Edwards was back on TV running the 2009 New York City Marathon. The 47-year-old actor was helping to raise money for a pediatric hospital in Kenya. He finished in four hours, eight minutes and 20 seconds.