When Words Matter

At the conventions, the candidates must answer a question that every election makes new: What sort of country do we want to be?

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A Mighty Wind

It’s clean, domestic and abundant. Can wind save the country, or is it all just a bunch of hot air?

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Hot Wheels

Innovations in urban transportation mean that you can drive the car of tomorrow, today.

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Foresight

Events that will matter.

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Simple Structures

An architecture firm and a developer have a solution to urban blight: build houses cheaply on vacant lots…and build them green.

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Blowing Smoke

In the battle to give up cigarettes, a new review suggests that bribes aren’t the answer.

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Going Green: A Bash Without the Trash

Throw a party that makes an impression on your friends and not the environment.

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Love Ave.: Happy Hunting

Meeting people is not as easy as shooting fish in a barrel. FLYP’s Sarah Bernier explores the chase.

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On the Town: Local BBQ Flavors

Celebrate Labor Day with a local barbeque recipe and fresh ingredients from a nearby farmers market.

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Populous Planet

Photographer Jonas Bendiksen gives us a glimpse into life as it is really lived by a billion people around the world.

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Planet of Sound: Tilly and the Wall

Aided by Omaha’s premier producer, Tilly and the Wall grow up just enough on their third album.

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What is Sad, Blue and Earns $6 an Hour?

Indie filmmaker Scott Prendergast wears several hats—as well as a big-headed, faceless blue suit—for his first full-length movie.

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FLYP Flicks: Filming the Campaign Trail

As the nail-biting race to November 2nd marches on, we take a look at the movies that inspired the public to take a closer look at Washington politics.

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The End: Ferrofluid Sculptures

Japanese artist Sachiko Kodama builds kinetic sculptures out of ferrofluid, a liquid material originally developed by NASA in the 1960s.

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