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Portugal's Magic Carpets: An Endangered Art Form
Undiscovered southern Portugal offers a variety of interesting and quirky museums: watches (in Serpa and Evora), horse-drawn carriages (at Monte Ravasqueira), and olive oil (in Moura) to name a few. But nothing prepared me for the impressive Arraiolos Rug Interpretive Center, a well-curated, new museum dedicated to an endangered art form. Read More >

Samuel Johnson, Neglected Lexicographer

Portugal's Magic Carpets: An Endangered Art Form

Give and Surf

New Ideas to Fight Water Resource Issues in the American Southwest - And Climate Change

Spicy Budapest and Danube Bend: A Spicy Goulash

Bagan, Myanmar

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The DIY Scientist, the Olympian, and the Mutated Gene

How Pervasive Anti-Millenial Sentiment has Hurt the Cause of Student Protesters

Fulfilling Martin Luther King Jr.'s Dream: The Role for Higher Education

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