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  • Mo Amer
  • Mo Amer

    Palestinian-American comic on losing everything and gaining acceptance
      "There really are only two indigenous art forms to America—jazz and standup. So seeing the Arab countries birth some standup comedians is really exciting."
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  • Cecilia Violetta Lopez
  • Cecilia Violetta Lopez

    Anything but a diva
      To me just every opera character is a real person. And I think that's the way to be able to connect with audiences and to keep opera alive. I think opera is for everybody.
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  • Priya Guha
  • Priya Guha

    British Consul on Idaho exports, GMOs and 'sticky wickets'
      "There is a longstanding relationship with the U.K., but I think there's huge potential to do more. And if I in my job as consul general can play a small role in cementing that and strengthening that, that makes me happy."
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  • Craig Juntunen
  • Craig Juntunen

    'I don’t know how many orphanages you’ve been in, [but] people wouldn’t in many cases board their dog in these places. It’s just awful.'
      The former U of I quarterback and successful businessman is on a mission to reform deep problems in the international adoption system
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  • Lee Schatz
  • Lee Schatz

    Idahoan tells the real story behind Argo
      “I got into this business originally because I thought I could make a difference.”
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  • Jere Van Dyk

    Captured by the Taliban
      "Everyone tells me I can't go back. Of course, I'm haunted."
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  • Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
  • Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

      You may have seen her words without knowing it. The author of the phrase, "Well-behaved women rarely make history," is Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, a native Idahoan and a distinguished professor at Harvard University.
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