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Mark Turdo

Museum Curator/Historian

Cider: America's Once (and Future?) Favorite

PRESENTED ON JUN 17, 2016
IN EASTON @ VOL 5

Before beer, cider - the hard kind - was America's beverage of choice. Mark Turdo tells us cider's glorious past, Prohibition-era near extinction and its recent comeback.

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American-Style Architecture

BY MARK CAMPBELL
@ VOL 25 ON MAR 05, 2013

Mark Campbell talks about the history of American-stlye architecture and its origins with a famous architect named Frank Lloyd Wright. Mark talks about how Wright's prairie style houses, that emphaises horizontally shaped houses, an open-planned interior, and copiuos glass windows, have had an empact on architects of the time and on the style of houses created today. 

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A VERY Brief History of American Belly Dance

BY JO ROSS
@ VOL 22 ON MAY 18, 2014

Jo Ross takes us through a brief history of the origins of American Belly dance as we know it today. Little did we know the origins are many and varied!  

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Pickle Ball: North America's Fastest Growing Sport

BY ALLEN CLASS
@ VOL 6 ON FEB 06, 2015

Allen Class introduce us to the fastest growing sport in America, Pickleball. He discuss the history of this sport as well as how to play it. 

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American History and Present Day

BY RICHARD KREITNER
@ VOL 13 ON APR 30, 2015

Special assistant to the publisher at The Nation, Richard Kreitner edits The Almanac, The Nation’s this-day-in-history blog, and writes the weekly Back Issues feature in the front of the magazine. He has also contributed reviews and essays on the American war in Vietnam, The New Republic’s centennial anthology, and Section 2 of the 14th Amendment. As a teenager, he was once expelled from a summer-study program in Madison after a regrettable misunderstanding about the definition of drug paraphernalia. He holds no grudge against the city.

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Windy City vs The Big Apple

BY PETER EXLEY
@ VOL 134 ON MAR 18, 2016

“You're gonna find out once and for all, which is the most brilliant PechaKucha City, and it's either Chicago or New York."

Come one, come all to the smackdown event of the evening; Windy City VS the Big Apple.  On the left we have Peter Exley representing Chicago weighing in at 37 PKN volumes.  On the right we have Emma Exley representing New York weighing in at 8 PKN volumes. Let the mach begin!

Brought to you by PechaKucha Night Tokyo’s 134th Volume.

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Friday, April 8th, 2016.

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När musteriet bär frukt

BY AGNETA REGNER
@ VOL 21 ON MAR 14, 2017

Den studerande entreprenören Agneta Regner driver ett eget musteri och älskar närproducerat. Agneta kommer att prata om äpplen och allt man kan göra med dessa. Ge lite tips och trix, samt delge mindre lyckade experiment som blev något helt annat än det som var tänkt från början, samt resan som månskensbonde. Det Agneta inte vet om äpplen är inte värt att veta.

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Flat Track Derby: From Fishnets to Finals

BY CORRIE WOLOSIN
@ VOL 9 ON MAY 19, 2017

South Bend native, Corrie Wolosin has just returned to the Midwest after more than two decades living in Northern New England on the Vermont/NH border. She is speaking about one of her many passions – roller derby! Her derby name is Apple, derived from her previous career in the Hard Cider industry.

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Preview of National Museum of African American Music

BY RON YEARWOOD
@ VOL 26 ON OCT 18, 2017

Beecher Hicks, III - A look at the future of the National Museum of African American Music in downtown Nashville

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My Favorite City : Archaeology of the Future City

BY TSUYOSHI TANE
@ ACA 18 TOKYO DESIGN TALK, POWERED BY PECHAKUCHA ON SEP 11, 2018

Tsuyoshi Tane, Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects, a Paris based architect, shares his idea of archaeorogy of the future city by introducing his experience his recent visit to Butan.