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Friday Voyage: Mary Colter’s Grand Canyon Gem

30. April 2015

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By Margaret Randall Friday Voyage: Mary Colter’s Grand Canyon Gem

Margaret Randall explores Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter's architectural wonder.

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The Phillips Collection: A Modern Art Destination

24. April 2015

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By Margaret Randall The Phillips Collection: A Modern Art Destination

Margaret Randall explores one of the premiere art viewing experiences in the country. 

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Elaine de Kooning Paints a Portrait

17. April 2015

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By Margaret Randall Elaine de Kooning Paints a Portrait

The trailblazing Abstract Expressionist gets some long overdue recognition for her art, and her place in feminist history.

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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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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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Friday Voyage: Yucatán, Part 3: Ruta Puuc and Dzibilohaltún

13. March 2015

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By Margaret Randall Friday Voyage: Yucatán, Part 3: Ruta Puuc and Dzibilohaltún

Margaret Randall explores the lesser known and lesser traveled ruins of the Yucatán.

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Friday Voyage: Yucatán II: Uxmal

05. March 2015

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By Margaret Randall Friday Voyage: Yucatán II: Uxmal

Epitomizing the region's architectural style, Uxmal remains one of the most important archaeological sites for study of Maya culture.

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Friday Voyage: Yucatán, Part 1: Chichén Itzá

26. February 2015

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By Margaret Randall Friday Voyage: Yucatán, Part 1: Chichén Itzá

Margaret Randall begins a series on the Yucatán with this ancient metropolis, home to over 200,000 people in the ancient world.

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What Happens When We Don’t Remember: Tlatelolco

12. February 2015

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By Margaret Randall What Happens When We Don’t Remember: Tlatelolco

Witnessing a political massacre and the surreal experience of walking through a museum dedicated to it. 

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