The Party’s Over

The art bubble has burst. Artists are going to have to take a new look at their work, their role and their society. What will they see?

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FLYPside: America First

As an economic solution, it could keep this recession alive for years.

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Unemployment 1, America 0

Warren Buffet said the economy has fallen over the cliff. Unfortunately, millions of jobs have gone as well. FLYP looks behind the headline number.

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Foresight

Events on the horizon.

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Drill, Baby, Drill!

Danish glaciologist Dorthe Dahl-Jensen looks for clues about the Earth’s future deep under the Arctic ice sheet.

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Under the Sea

Biologist and deep-sea explorer Dr. Edie Widder has invented the first camera designed to capture images of the never-before-seen creatures that inhabit the ocean’s depths.

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Science Project: The Devil Made Me Do It

A new study says that too much popular music and too much sex go hand in hand.

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Spreading the Word

Against a tide of digits, pixels and tweets, theatrical and literary stars align in support of the American short story and the written word.

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Northern Passage

It takes a brave soul to venture into Alaskan waters in the dead of winter. FLYP’s Frank Flavin tempts fate to join the crew of the M.V. North Star for a North Pacific journey.

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Planet of Sound: Charlie Hunter

Seven- and eight-string guitar virtuoso Charlie Hunter has a style that has to be heard—and seen—to be believed.

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FLYP Flicks: Constant Gardener

With an Oscar nomination for The Garden, documentary filmmaker Scott Hamilton Kennedy is making a name telling L.A. stories far from Hollywood.

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The End: Playing with His Food

In his aptly titled series, Foodscapes, photographer Carl Warner creates a world constructed entirely out of edibles.

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