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  1. American Folk: National Heritage Fellows

    American Folk: National Heritage Fellows

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    This special issue of FACES is all about NEA National Heritage Fellows—people with a serious passion for folk art. Learn More
  2. LAND OF EXTREMES: MOROCCO

    LAND OF EXTREMES: MOROCCO

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    FACES January 2017. Imagine a land of beautiful beaches, hotels and mosques rising above turquoise water. Now, imagine a land of snow-capped mountains, populated with tribes of sheep and goat herders. Or, if you prefer, picture a city of buildings the color of paprika, packed with bustling marketplaces and the smell of spices in the air Learn More
  3. GREAT RIVERS OF THE WORLD

    GREAT RIVERS OF THE WORLD

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    FACES February 2017. Since the very earliest days of civilization, most of the world’s great cities have grown up along the banks of rivers. Sail down eight remarkable rivers with this month’s issue of FACES and meet the people and animals who have built their lives around them. Learn More
  4. The Spirit and People of Mexico

    The Spirit and People of Mexico

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    FACES March 2017. Smoking mountains, sugar skulls, and over sixty million monarch butterflies! Welcome to Mexico! This month’s issue of FACES takes readers on a journey through this vibrant country, visiting sunny beaches, bustling cities, and close-knit families Learn More
  5. Making Waves In Australia

    Making Waves In Australia

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    FACES April 2017. Even though English is the official language of Australia, they say things a bit differently down under. Find out what else makes Sydney unique with this month’s issue of FACES. Learn More
  6. Festivals Around the World

    Festivals Around the World

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    FACES May/June 2017. Join in the fun and see how different festivals are celebrated around the world with this month’s issue of FACES! Learn More
  7. CLOWNS AND JOKERS

    CLOWNS AND JOKERS

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    From the courts of ancient Egypt and medieval kings and queens, to modern-day circuses and the medical community, clowns and jokers have provided cheerful, and sometimes side-splitting, entertainment by opening our eyes to universal truths best explained with antics and humor. Punchinello, the Hopi tribal clowns, whiteface clowns, tramps, tricksters and jesters break all the rules in this clever issue. Everyone can join in the fun using the tips on how to paint your own clown face. Learn More
  8. TABUS

    TABUS

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    The word "tabu" is derived from a South Sea islands word, tapu, meaning "forbidden." This edition aims to please with information about cultural behaviors governed by tabus. Some exist to avoid unpleasantness, others have to do with language, food or dress. Tabus from kosher food, clothing dos and don'ts, and a Hindu festival celebrating "Tabu and the Mother Goddess" are explained in full-length feature articles. A word game and directions for making apple pomanders keep active readers on their toes. Learn More
  9. SNAKES

    SNAKES

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    Join Faces for a close-up look at some slithering creatures that have been imbued throughout time with mysterious and powerful attributes -- from protection to fertility. Whether considered friend or foe, and sometimes both simultaneously, snakes have been charmed, used for leather, and milked for medicine. They’ve been danced with by the Hopis, protected by the pharaohs, and incorporated in much artwork. Get the skinny on snakes with recipes for Chicken Snake and Bread Snakes. Try a snake charmer trick and read an Indian folktale, A Girl and Her Snake Brother. Learn More
  10. YORUBA: NIGERIA AND BEYOND

    YORUBA: NIGERIA AND BEYOND

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    More than 15 million Yoruba people live in southwestern Nigeria and neighboring West African countries. This issue celebrates the Yoruba artistic traditions including special features on Yoruba beadwork, a textile artist with a magic brush, religious festivities, rituals of daily life, and tales of the Yoruba origins. Cook up a satisfying meal of Jollof rice and dodo or create your own colorful batik. Learn More

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