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            Information Transformation

            BY MATT WILCOX
            @ VOL 4 ON MAR 21, 2019

            Matt Wilcox shares the most exciting talk on information theory that folks have ever heard ;-)!

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            Carpe Diem - Seize the Day, Live every moment to the fullest!

            BY TINA SOMMERS
            @ VOL 4 ON MAR 21, 2019

            Tina Sommers remembers her mom, Mary Jane Sommers, who recently passed from cancer. A tribute to her last two courageous years, from a safari in Tanzania to sailing around the South Pacific -- she lived her best day every day until the end.

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            Little Liberia -- Digital History Project

            BY BRANDON TAYLOR
            @ VOL 4 ON MAR 21, 2019

            Little Liberia was a thriving community made up of Native Americans, African Americans and escaped slaves during the 1850's in Bridgeport, CT. Today the Mary and Eliza Freeman houses remain as evidence of Little Liberia. The National Trust for Historic Preservation has listed the buildings as one of “America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places.” College student, Brandon Taylor, tells the story of his involvement in helping to save this community through his skills as a computer science student.

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            Spirit Forests

            BY SCOTT SCHULDT
            @ VOL 4 ON MAR 21, 2019

            Scott Schuldt, through his art and experiences, shares his emotional connection with the cedar forests of the Pacific Northwest.

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            Magic Happens - Stories that Stretch, Empower, and Provoke Transformation

            BY LAURA PIRIE
            @ VOL 4 ON MAR 21, 2019

            Magic happens every day: but what is it that makes an experience magical? How can we recognize the magical? And once magic "happens", how can that experience inspire creativity? Laura Pirie shares stories of empowerment and transformation, both personal and community, across time and space!

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            Snow Potatoes

            BY NINA LESIGA
            @ VOL 4 ON MAR 21, 2019

            Some traditions don’t hold up to the passage of time. Or do they? Nina Lesiga shares her attempt at passing on her mother’s tradition of baking potatoes to warm the body and soul.

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            Common Ground

            BY JOHN KOVALSKY
            @ VOL 4 ON MAR 21, 2019

            John Kovalsky never met his grandfather, but he did have photographs from his grandfather’s amazing cross-country adventures! John followed his grandfather’s path and recreated the images, but did not anticipate what happened along the way!

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            Grandmother Gingko

            BY ADRIAN HINCAPIE
            @ VOL 4 ON MAR 21, 2019

            The power of symbols and love! Adrian Hincapie reveals how his revered grandmother from Columbia lives on through the life-force of a local Gingko tree.

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            Welcome Home!

            BY MIA LIPSTICK
            @ VOL 4 ON MAR 21, 2019

            Join Mia Lipstick on her journey of finding peace, love, music, and brotherhood as she shares her annual trek to the base of the Catskills in order to return to the garden -- unplug and chill out!

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            The Art of Revolution in the Public Library!

            BY MAXINE BLEIWEIS
            @ VOL 4 ON MAR 21, 2019

            Maxine Bleiweis looks at the world from a perspective that uncovers the possibilities in a situation – in this case, opportunities to open your mind about the role of the public library!

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            So A Jew Walks Into a Christian Play

            BY JACOB MAXIMILLIAN BARON
            @ VOL 4 ON MAR 21, 2019

            The experience of a young Jewish man cast in the role of an historically real, murdered civil rights activist and Episcopal seminarian. Jacob Maximillian Baron talks about the experience of being in this show as a culturally Jewish man and what it taught him about the values shared between religions.

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            Patient

            BY JEZRIE MARCANO-COURTNEY
            @ VOL 3 ON NOV 11, 2018

            Paralyzed from a panic attack caused by unresolved grieving over her father's death in 2008, Jezrie Marcano-Courtney shares her circuitous journey to mental health. 

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