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Odysseys from today

Each of us has a story. For all the times we've heard "Oh, something like that happened to me once," we all have at least one that is definitively ours. Tales such as these can be heartbreaking, humorous, or quite often both.


Into the heart of paper

A third grader who turns a piece of notebook paper into an origami swan has dabbled in Jocelyn Chateauvert's favorite art form: paper art.


A matter of cultures

For the past several years immigration has been a hot-button political topic. Perhaps one of the reasons people in America are passionate about immigration is because it is at the core of what makes a person an "American."


The new taste of jam

Improvisation plays a huge role during a Cornmeal live show. The jam band with bluegrass influences will sometimes go off on a 30-minute instrumental tangent without rehearsing any of the chord combinations beforehand.


Forms of legs

I remember the first time I needed to pay an additional fee for a checked bag on the airplane.


Your Next Drink: Patron-a-Tini


Bill's PBS debut


Discussions on film


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