St. James Farm Forest Preserve
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St. James Farm Forest Preserve

For decades, St. James Farm in Warrenville was one family’s secluded retreat, a private estate occasionally opened to the public for special events. Today, the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County is working toward a master plan for St. James Farm Forest Preserve, as it transforms this once-private property into a place for conservation, education […]

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Preserving the Soul of Bauhaus Design
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Preserving the Soul of Bauhaus Design

– [Christian] Modern furniture began at the Bauhaus 100 years ago. There have always been only a few serious companies doing Bauhaus furniture re-editions or replicas. We are doing this for 50 years now. It’s important for us to tell the story how it really was. – [Narrator] This is Tecta, a factory in Lauenförde, […]

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Preserving History: Cambodian Royal Ballet
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Preserving History: Cambodian Royal Ballet

Cambodian classical ballet or royal court dance originated over a thousand years ago with the time of the Khmer Empire at Angkor. It came close to extinction in the fifteenth century when the Siamese. overtook the Khmer Empire taking most of its dance troupes back to Siam. Royal court dance managed to survive into the […]

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Mining Banner preservation
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Mining Banner preservation

This is the story of mining communities told through their art When Margaret Thatcher announced the closure of most of the countries mines. Most miners led by Arthur Scargill went on strike. But the community was divided Back in 1984 at the height of the miner’s strike, this road Berry Hill in Mansfield, witnessed fierce […]

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