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Española, New Mexico: The Land Remembers

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Utica, NY: City with a Warm Heart

A couple of decades ago, Utica, New York, was dying, by even its residents diagnosis: a popular bumper sticker in the ‘90s read “Last One Out of Utica, Please Turn Out the Lights.” Once a bustling textile city perched on…

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Oakland, CA: The Self-Made City

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Miami, FL: Bridging the Divide

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Las Vegas, NV: Bright Lights, Big City, Small Town

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Birmingham, Alabama: The Long Story Short

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Los Angeles, CA: Home, Sweet Home

Los Angeles, Lala land, often thought of as the city of movies and money and fame. But that characterization doesn’t get at the heart and soul of this City of Angels. SOTRU will spend the episode telling stories of habitat…

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Twin Cities, MN: World Within Two Cities

It isn’t exactly Lake Wobegon anymore… Once known as the home of Midwestern Lutherans and Scandanavian farmers, the cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul are now wildly diverse. They have become cities of immigrants, from Tibetans to Somalis, Iraqis to…

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Appalachia Rising

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Austin, TX: Growing Pains

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