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COLLATERAL DAMAGE: How The Iraq War Effects Your Town

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The Iraq War was in the news that morning, coming over car radios all over the country when Joe Dauffenbach died. For years local officials in Southern Minnesota had sought federal dollars to widen sections of Route 14, a road they call a death trap. But when they went to Washington, last March, hats in hand, “I’d talk about Route 14,” said Pat Hentges, city manager of Mankato. “But the Senators and Congressmen would switch the conversation to Iraq. The war was getting in the way.”

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Julia + Maxim Voloshyn: Ukrainian Gallerists in Miami

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Founded in October 2016 in Kyev, Ukraine by JULIA AND MAXIM  VOLOSHYN, Voloshyn Gallery specializes in contemporary art. It showcases a broad range of media, hosting solo and group exhibitions and participating in leading contemporary art fairs worldwide. In 2015, the Voloshyns were included in the Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list. 

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.Celebrating Women’s History Month 2022.

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In celebration of WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH, 2022, we have curated a group of video interviews from the Inspicio archives with prominent women in the arts, who are connected to the Miami and South Florida areas.

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Celebrating Black History Month

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In celebration of BLACK HISTORY MONTH, 2022, we have curated a group of video interviews from the Inspicio Arts archives with prominent people in the arts, who are connected to the Miami and South Florida areas.

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DR. MARY HYLOR AT THE HAMPTON HOUSE

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Patricia Smith Thomas, a native Miamian with Bahamian roots, is a 1955 Dorsey High School graduate. She was married to Ricky Thomas, a local musician, political figure, and radio commentator for 45 years.

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