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Arts & Life: Baltimore Museum Of Art Will Only Buy Works By Women Next Year

"This how you raise awareness and shift the identity of an institution."

The Baltimore Museum of Art has decided to make a bold step to correct that imbalance: next year, the museum will only purchase works made by female-identifying artists.

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PBS Newshour: 
This Nonprofit Has A Sweet Plan For Reclaiming Vacant Detroit Lots
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BBC Culture: 
Shakespeare And Co: The World’s Most Famous Bookshop At 100
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Maine Public: UMaine Launches Initiative To Help Mainers Understand How State Is Affected By Arctic Climate
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PRI: Scientists Say Nature Therapies Don’t Just Feel Good — They Save Trillions In Health Costs
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Maine Public:
Why Thomas Jefferson Was Not Happy With Maine's Draft Constitution
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New England Public Radio: After 1 Year, Mass. Weed Stores Undersupplied, Still Competing With Black Market
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NPR Music Playlist: Taylor Swift And Songs About      Hating The Music Business

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PRI: Home Movies Show New Side Of Life In East Germany Before Fall Of The Berlin Wall
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CBC: Winter Car Prep: A Mechanic's Advice On Getting Your Vehicle Ready For The Upcoming 'Polar Coaster'
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In Tune Pick Of The Week: Phillip B. Price – “Bone Almanac”
“Phillip is a member of the band Winterpills and this is a solo album. 'I don’t want to call this my ‘climate change emergency’ album,' Phillip says, 'because I’m pretty sure there will be more of those. Maybe call it volume one.'  It would sit nicely on the shelf next to John Fahey, Nick Drake, Gene Clark, John Renbourn and Joni Mitchell.  There is a pop sensibility combined with beautiful guitar work that makes this an easy pill to swallow.  I listened to it the other day while on a walk and found myself completely unaware of where I was, except lost in the music” -- Sara
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