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Lessons of Love, Strength, and Family  May 9, 2012
My-Two-moms-2

What are the challenges of growing up in a family that some people see as non-traditional?

The Medium and its Metaphors  May 8, 2012
The Wreck of the Viscata, 1868

How are photography, literature, critical literary thought, and poetry related?

The Evolution of Robots  May 8, 2012
Darwin's Devices

How are machines and robots evolving and what impact might they have on our lives in the future?

Food for Homesick Texans  May 7, 2012
Lisa Fain

What foods do you crave when you’re far away from home?

North Korea, Past and Future  May 3, 2012
The Impossible State

What led to the current political and diplomatic situation with North Korea and what should the world expect from the country’s new leader Kim Jong Un?

The Unfinished Revolutions of the New Middle East  May 3, 2012
arab uprising

As change and unrest continue to sweep across the Middle East from Libya to Syria and beyond, what will be the ultimate outcome of the revolutions that began in December, 2010?

Trees, Forests, and the Making of a Nation  May 2, 2012
American Canopy

How have trees shaped our country’s history and what do we owe to the once vast forests of North America?

Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk  May 2, 2012
Photo by Thorne Anderson

What happens to our war veterans and how is their idea of home changed forever when they return from battle?

Lost Dallas  May 1, 2012
Lost Dallas

What was Dallas like in the early days of its history and what has been lost to progress and the wrecking ball?

Innovation Today  May 1, 2012
Tom Kelley

How do new innovations, projects, and ideas survive the development process and live to have an impact on our lives?

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