Episode 115

An interview with Ceylan and Clay Conger, two siblings of both American and Turkish descent who are writing a book about their colorful grandmother, Beti.

A short documentary film unfolding the Turkish Chapter at MIT-Architecture: As one of the oldest and leading research-based universities in the world, MIT is one of the most inspiring destinations for students, scholars and professors from the Republic of Turkey, and in particular, Turkish architecture students have begun to take their places at this university since the Second World War. Architectural Research and Text by Meral Ekincioglu, Ph.D.

The Sensorium art exhibit at Del Ray Artisans honors how artists interpret the impact of our human journey through evoking the five senses. The Sensorium art exhibit runs January 5-28, 2018.

Sensorium (1/5-1/28)

Music by Paul Bikowski (aka Darius Twin)

Highlights from the 36th Annual Conference on U.S.-Turkey Relations, held in Washington, DC on May 2017.

Check out the incredible Fairy Chimneys of Cappadocia from up close, from afar, from up high and down low in this amazing video on the wonder of this magical land!

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