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27
Aug

Interview with Author Stephen Trimble

Bargaining for Eden, Stephen Trimble’s newest book, follows citizens in two communities grappling with change on extraordinary public lands in their backyards. Conflict grows from the tension between grassroots values and greed, …

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20
Aug

A Conversation with Kasra Naji

Kasra Naji, the author of Ahmadinejad: The Secret History of Iran’s Radical Leader, was a guest on NPR’s Morning Edition this week. In a conversation with Morning Edition’s Steve Inskeep, Naji recalled …

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13
Aug

Wine Me

September is a month with dualing personalities. Kids see it as the evil incarnation of back-to-school, also spelled the-end-of-hope-and-light. Adults, on the other hand, drop off their little darlings and smile gleefully …

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07
Aug

Alcatraz After 75 Years

From 1934-1963, the federal penitentiary on Alcatraz Island housed America’s most notorious gangsters, bank robbers, kidnappers, and other public enemies, and the guards who controlled their every move. Marooned on the island, …

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