Global Voices, American Choices

The world’s mind is made up. Will the U.S. agree?

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FLYPside: It’s a Duck

Our FLYPside editorial explores whether or not America is ready to come to terms with the current economic downturn

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Smoke and Mirrors

A groundbreaking new study of drug consumption patterns worldwide raises questions about the basis for America’s war on drugs.

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Eat Your Bugs, Dear

In the search for sustainable foods, the U.S. may join the rest of the world in ordering a side of cicadas.

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Bad News for Good Guys

According to recent studies, good guys really do finish last.

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Net Savings: Fly By Net

Sit back, relax and find airfare for less.

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Love Ave.: Bad Girls

We all know a bad boy when we see one. How do we feel about their female counterparts? FLYP’s Sarah Bernier hits the streets to get the ins and outs of the bad girl persona.

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On the Town: The Water Cure

As the summer heats up, cool down with wet and wild events everyone can enjoy.

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From the Backyard to Beijing

Five U.S. Olympians are searching for gold in a sport most Americans associate with burgers and barbeque.

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Foresight

Events that will matter.

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Who is John Turturro?

An actor, writer and director, John Turturro has just about done it all. But in the end, it all comes back to the basics: telling a good story.

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Maximum Exposure

A big-screen dreamer wants to use IMAX to wake the world up to the impending water crisis.

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Planet of Sound: Los Campesinos!

The seven members of this vibrant pop ensemble are too busy making you dance to write a ballad.

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The End: Soulful Shapes

Gee’s Bend, a tiny town nestled into the Alabama River and almost completely populated by the descendents of slaves, has a thriving tradition of making some of the most stunning, remarkable quilts around. The striking patterns and bold use of color blur the boundaries between folk and contemporary art.

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