David Joles

Photographer
Phone: 612-673-7904
David Joles is a staff photographer for the Star Tribune.

Recent content from David Joles

GREAT BIG GOBS ...

Rites of passage • A weekly photo journal

Updated: June 08, 2010, - 11:26 AM

Rites of Passage: The next gopher hunter

Professional gopher hunter Bert Arkman, 85, retired from the business and started training Max Merila, 14, to carry on the tradition.

Updated: June 08, 2010, - 09:28 AM

A death in the family

Rites of passage • a weekly photo journal

Updated: May 25, 2010, - 11:11 AM

Life without Gordy the Gorilla

When Gordy the gorilla, a 400-pound western lowland gorilla, suddenly died at his home at the Como Zoo on April 19th, 10 days shy of his 24th birthday, his death was mourned by staff and visitors alike. Now, however, the focus of primate keepers has turned to the two remaining apes, including Gordy's step-brother Schroeder, who has lived almost his entire life by Gordy's side.

Updated: May 25, 2010, - 10:38 AM

A Fresh Start

On an infant mattress in a barren bedroom, Brittni Jones, 18, and her daughter Alissa, 21 months, seemed to marvel at their good fortune. They were no longer homeless.

Updated: May 11, 2010, - 08:25 AM

Infant blessing at Buddhist temple

Brennan Mercury Feist was three weeks old during his Buddhist newborn blessing ceremony performed by monks Witiyala Seewalie Thera...

Updated: April 20, 2010, - 02:05 PM

Infant blessing at Buddhist temple

Brennan Mercury Feist was 3 weeks old during his Buddhist blessing ceremony performed by monks Witiyala Seewalie Thera and Bisho Kirti Maharjan at the Minnesota Buddhist Vihara in north Minneapolis.

Updated: April 20, 2010, - 09:58 AM

Phoenix High graduates two-step dancer

Not long ago Larry Jones was in danger of failing school. That all changed when he switched to Phoenix High,...

Updated: April 06, 2010, - 02:07 PM

Phoenix High graduates two-step dancer

Not long ago Larry Jones was in danger of failing school. That all changed when he switched to Phoenix High, an alternative school run by the Volunteers of America. He graduated and will attend college. As he neared graduation principal Sonal Redd learned that Jones could two-step. To repay Redd, Jones gave his principal dance lessons.

Updated: April 06, 2010, - 06:05 AM

Welcome to the world

Joe and Sara Laube celebrate the birth of their son, Tyler.

Updated: March 30, 2010, - 02:08 PM

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