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Poetry Finds a Future: Women of the World Poetry Slam

02. April 2015

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By Margaret Randall Poetry Finds a Future: Women of the World Poetry Slam

A celebration of the female voice in the Duke City.

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Friday Voyage: Yucatán V: Mérida’s Great Museum of the Maya World

28. March 2015

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By Margaret Randall Friday Voyage: Yucatán V: Mérida’s Great Museum of the Maya World

Margaret Randall concludes her Yucatán series with a look at one of Mexico's many stellar museums.

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Día de la Samaritana

28. March 2015

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By Nell Farrell Día de la Samaritana

New Mexican photographer Nell Farrell continues her exploration of the Lenten season in Oaxaca, Mexico. 

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¡COLORES! March 20, 2015

21. March 2015

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By KNME's ¡Colores!

Santa Fe ceramicist Cannupa Hanska creates playful, fierce, and fantastical creatures...

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La Cabalgata

21. March 2015

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By Morgan Smith

“We’re tired from the dancing, not the cabalgata,” one of the horsemen says. It’s Saturday morning, March 7 and I’m in the stockyards in Palomas, Mexico where dozens of Mexican riders—men, women and kids—are saddling their horses and preparing to cross the border, join American riders and parade into Columbus, New Mexico.

This is the sixteenth annual Cabalgata Binaciónal Villista or Binational Villa Cavalcade, a very different experience than that day ninety nine years ago when General Pancho Villa’s troops attacked members of the US Third Cavalry Regiment...

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Exploring Nicaragua, Part Two: Emerging from a brutal past

20. March 2015

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By Wally Gordon

On a volcanic island in vast Lake Nicaragua, a team of oxen slowly trudges along a dirt road pulling a cart laden with large logs. Driving the cart is a young man with only part of his mind on his task. The rest of his attention is devoted to his conversation on a cell phone.

Hundreds of kilometers and a week later, a heavily set, elderly woman makes her way slowly and painfully through the cloud forest and up a dirt track in Parque Arenal high in the mountains in northern Nicaragua. She, too, is talking on a cell phone.

In the second largest hotel in the small city of Somoto, gateway to what is sometimes called the Grand Canyon of Central America, I am awakened before dawn by a rhythmic pounding...

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Friday Voyage: Yucatán, Part 4: Celestún Biosphere Reserve

19. March 2015

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By Margaret Randall Friday Voyage: Yucatán, Part 4: Celestún Biosphere Reserve

Beautiful wildlife and a tale from beyond the horizon as Margaret Randall continues her Journey through the Yucatán peninsula.

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Miércoles de Ceniza

17. March 2015

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By Nell Farrell Miércoles de Ceniza

Photographer Nell Farrell's ongoing photo series exploring religious and cultural holidays in Oaxaca, Mexico.  This one examines the onset of the Catholic tradition of Lent. 

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Provincial Matters, 3-16-2015

16. March 2015

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By V.B. Price Provincial Matters, 3-16-2015

V.B. Price's weekly collection of observations and appreciations.

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¡COLORES! March 13, 2015

14. March 2015

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By KNME's ¡Colores!

Taos photographer Jonathan Blaustein goes grocery shopping with one dollar, and more...

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