A Place at the Table, Tap into America, Music with Teeth

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A Place at the Table
After her father George Nakashima died, Mira Nakashima inherited his shop and set to work continuing his artistic legacy as a master craftsman in wood.

Tap into America
Despite only occasional glimpses of the mainstream, tap dance remains an iconic American art form.

Music with Teeth
With custom-composed pieces employing a staggering range of vocal styles, Roomful of Teeth makes music that can be difficult to define.


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