- mapping Main Street
Where We Live is getting involved in NPR's "Mapping Main Street" initiative - working to document every street named Main in the country by going to each of these 10,466 places, taking a photo, recording a video or writing a story!
Mapping Main Street is a collaborative documentary media project that creates a new map of the country through stories, photos and videos recorded on actual Main Streets. The goal is to document all of the more than 10,000 streets named Main in the United States. We invite you to capture the stories and images of the country today.
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- testing email relay
- China's "Soft Power"
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- Front and Center With Ray Hardman
- Time Team America
Time Team America
Using State-of-the Art Technologies, Experts Have 72 Hours to Unearth the Secrets of Our Shared Past
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For most Americans, any examination of the people who lived before us begins and ends with the reading of a book or the viewing of a film. There are some, however, whose curiosity and desire drive them to get their hands dirty by digging into the places where history began. Finding evidence buried for centuries is the only way to satisfy their hunger for knowledge.
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