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Season 1 - Episode 111

click for larger image Author Lana Laws Downing was inspired by her mother’s stories of growing up in a remote Louisiana lumber camp in the 1920’s, and used the historic site as the setting for her book of short stories; photographs that capture a child’s spirit are used to match foster children with adoptive parents at the Heart Gallery; the whimsical structures by Patrick Dougherty are made of twigs, along with the combined imaginations of the artist and the surrounding community; and an Arizona Recycle Artist turns his tin can sculptures into acts of human kindness. We also reveal how dancing in a Second Line reinforces a cultural tradition that is a Louisiana Treasure.

06/14/2014

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