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Her True Colors: A Q&A with Award-Winning Musician Doreen Taylor

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Last week, award-winning songstress Doreen Taylor released her new single, “Colors of the USA,” which she wrote and produced to benefit NPCA’s work to protect national parks; 50% of all proceeds from the song will go directly to NPCA. Doreen began her remarkable career in music at an early age when she realized the power and strength of her voice. [...]

Posted on: April 17 2014
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Commemorate Black History Month in 5 Unexpected Places

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National park rangers and staff are some of the nation’s best storytellers, charged with protecting the most momentous places in America’s history. Our park system preserves the legacy of visionaries like Martin Luther King, Jr., Harriet Tubman, and Booker T. Washington, as well as landmark sites in the struggle for equality like the Brown v. Board of Education and Little [...]

Posted on: February 4 2014
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This Month’s Featured National Heritage Area: World-Class Music and History at Muscle Shoals

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By Cathy Wood, Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area Media Coordinator Nestled in the northwest corner of Alabama, the Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area (MNSHA)  consists of the six northwest Alabama counties—Colbert, Franklin, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Limestone, and Morgan—that border the meandering Tennessee River. World-class fishing lakes and challenging golf courses combined with a thriving music industry and a fascinating local history [...]

Posted on: December 27 2013
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New Video: Celebration of National Parks in Dance

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Most music and dance lovers in the Washington, D.C., area are familiar with the Wolf Trap Performing Arts Center–the Virginia performance space features a wide variety of entertainment each year, from pop singers to elaborate dance troupes to comedians. What many may not realize is that Wolf Trap is part of the National Park System, managed by a public-private partnership, with its [...]

Posted on: September 6 2012
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