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(The Washington Post) The intensity, the fiery footwork, the swirling polyester. Don't be shy -- live out those "Strictly Ballroom" fantasies.
(Teacher Magazine, October 2001) Wendy Ewald has spent more than 30 years putting cameras in the hands of children—with some stark and surprising results. Now she's sharing her methods with teachers.
(The Wall Street Journal) Auto racing is a popular postgraduate course for small-business owners.
(Food Network Magazine) A peek into the world of extreme tailgating.
(U.S. News & World Report) Reinventing Greek drama, an art form that has endured for centuries.
(Crain's Chicago Business) Pros and cons to starting a family foundation.
(Teacher Magazine) When children flee conflicts, they need food, shelter -- and school, says the International Rescue Committee’s Wendy Smith.
(GlobalPost.com) Video highlights of the South African leader’s key speeches.
(GlobalPost.com) What you — and Edward Snowden — need to know about seeking protection in another country.
(The New York Times) What sport demands the precision of synchronized swimming and the book smarts of a librarian?