Breath of Hope

The people of Detroit are beginning to imagine a new life for their near-dead city.

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FLYPside: Don’t Bank on It

The banks aren’t too big to fail. They are too big to save.

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Once More into the Fray

The appointment of George Mitchell as presidential envoy signals that Middle East peace is a top priority for President Obama. But is it possible?

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Foresight

Events on the horizon.

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The Flow of Ideas

An inventor and entrepreneur is using his unique understanding of nature to create practical solutions for a complicated world.

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What Lies Beneath

A new find in the depths of Lake Michigan may prove humans inhabited the region over 10,000 years ago.

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Science Project: Make Up Your Mind

Two new studies show that when it comes to making decisions, the trouble starts when we think too much.

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Oh MIO Mine

A hot Philadelphia design firm aims to create a greener planet, one product at a time.

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Roots Music

Picking up where her famous father left off, sitarist Anoushka Shankar is making music that’s all her own.

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Drawing It His Way

Animator Bill Plympton has become one of the genre’s living legends by holding strong to his independent approach in both in art and life.

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Planet of Sound: The Bad Plus

A new collaboration with vocalist Wendy Lewis poses some compelling questions about the future music of jazz trio The Bad Plus.

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FLYP Flicks: No Turning Back

After winning best director at Sundance for his new film, Sin Nombre, Cary Fukunaga has found himself on the fast track to success.

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The End: Bionic Bugs

From beetles to butterflies, the Insect Lab blends nature and technology by crafting real insect specimens using antique watch parts.

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