A New America

Years ago, Martin Luther King, Jr. called for a radical revolution of values to fulfill America’s promise. Is it time?

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FLYPside: Cleaning Up the Economic Mess

Should Barack Obama be thinking less about FDR and more about MLK?

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Drilling for Truth

Of all the tests facing a new president, few are as vexing—or as likely to reach his desk—as a potential conflict between two critical needs: energy and water.

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Foresight

Events that will matter.

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Blasting His Way to Fame

After dazzling the art world and the Beijing Olympics, Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang just wants some quiet time.

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Change You Can Hear

The age-old art of “change ringing” is being kept alive by the ringers of Washington’s National Cathedral.

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Beyond Graffiti

For the past five decades, street artists have been turning urban lifestyles into an art form.

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On the Town: Winter Wonderlands

If skiing and skating aren’t on the agenda, here are some cold weather alternatives.

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Planet of Sound: D Numbers

With a potent mix of tech wizardry and old-fashioned musicianship, D Numbers is proving that some of the best music is often the hardest to define.

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FLYP Flicks: The Personal is Political

With her critically acclaimed new documentary, Operation Filmmaker, Nina Davenport proves she’s not afraid to tell it like it is—even if that means turning the camera on herself.

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FLYP’s Favorites: Best of the World Wide Web

FLYP reveals some of the best sites on the Web.

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The End: Fantastic Plastic

For his Meltdown series, furniture designer Tom Price creates polypropylene chairs that challenge our tastes and expectations.

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