Thomas Mangelsen’s personal and professional legacy is inseparable from his love of Grizzly 399. As one of the first people to set eyes on the bear 14 years before, he documented her life history as she pioneered the return of grizzlies to the southern reaches of the Greater Yellowstone.Read More
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Driftless Books and Music is a bookstore and concert space in a warehouse in Viroqua, Wisconsin. In 17 years, Eddy Nix, the owner, has created a space that homes close to a million books.Read More
What is a NFT and what is its value? This series will set out to explain NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) and illuminate perspectives from some key actors in the space.Read More
Trump not only fared better with Latino voters in 2020 than he did in 2016, he also fared better than Romney did in 2012. Experts say two specific issues, the COVID lockdowns and the ‘defund the police’ movement, may have fueled the Latino shift.Read More
Meet Pacific Islanders who are transforming higher education and advancing the field of Critical Pacific Islands and Oceania Studies, driven by the belief that the Ocean is the school.Read More
Nearly 6.5 million doses have been administered in Los Angeles county, but neighborhoods in Southeast Los Angeles still lag far behind higher-income areas in vaccination rates. Non-profit organizations are aiming to close this gap.Read More
Jack Todd became a sports columnist for the Montreal Gazette in the 1990s. Today, he works freelance but still writes with all the verve and critical assessment as he did when he was a full-time sports columnist.Read More
Great Horned Owl 4-5, named for his date of admission to Teton Raptor Center, was brought to the world class rehabilitation facility in need of expert care and someone to find him a new home.Read More
Thoreau College is working to create immersive, impactful, personalized higher education that is also financially accessible. The college currently has academic courses in regenerative agriculture, writing composition, political philosophy and visual arts.Read More
2020 was the most dangerous year in U.S. history for Black trans women. The fight for Black trans liberation continues – every Thursday – at the Stonewall Inn in New York City.Read More
A pandemic innovation, virtual competitions have allowed some sports, including acrobatic gymnastics, to reduce travel this year while continuing training and competition.Read More
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