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Christopher Calderhead: calligrapher, author teacher

Christopher Calderhead

Christopher Calderhead, a very well-known New York City-based calligrapher, author and teacher talks about the history, practice and philosophy of calligraphy, from before the advent of the printing press to the contemporary tradition of graffiti. (Broadcast on WPKN radio on … View full post

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Shireen Pasha, Pakistani documentary filmmaker

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Shireen Pasha is a notable documentary film maker and head of the film department of Pakistan’s National College of Arts. We sat together in Lahore after coming back from South Punjab where we’d gone to document the rebuilding and resettling … View full post

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Danika Padilla: activist

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Danika Padilla,18-year old homeschooled activist, recently back in the US after five months of activism in Palestine, describes what she witnessed and experienced of life under Israeli occupation. (Produced by Tony Ernst and broadcast on WPKN on May 13, 2015.)

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North Fork Works 2015

Links to North Fork Works programs 2012, 2013 and 2014 and to Southold Historical Society to learn about the North Fork’s past and present.     Dave Dominy lives in Cutchogue and talks about his North Fork life as a recreational hunter, a carpenter and a member of Southold Town Deer … View full post

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There’s no such place as home!

This is a very personal conversation from a few years ago with two school chums from boarding school days who. like me, grew up in India, Pakistan and other places and who, like me, are “third culture kids”, also known … View full post

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There’s no such place as home

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A personal story in which my two school friends, Midge and Pat, talk about being Third Culture Kids and our life growing up in India and Pakistan and at Woodstock School in Mussoorie. RIP Midge, we love you and miss … View full post

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