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Changing America: Fighting For Marriage Equality and Designing Iconic Buildings

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Friday, August 29, 2014

Architect James Stewart Polshek. The Rose Center at the American Museum of Natural History, New York. Architect James Stewart Polshek. The Rose Center at the American Museum of Natural History, New York. ((c) Jeff Goldberg/Esto/James Stewart Polshek)

David Boies and Ted Olson join forces to fight for marriage equality. We trace the worldwide origins of the Knish. Actress Swoosie Kurtz on her life in show business. And James Stewart Polshek discusses his architecture that has changed the look of America's iconic buildings. 

David Boies and Ted Olson Make the Case for Marriage Equality

The attorneys that argued in the Supreme Court that California's Proposition 8 was unconstitutional talk about the five-year struggle to win the right for gays to marry.

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The Delicious Knish

A worldwide journey in search of the origins of the knish, from Brooklyn to Poland and back again.

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Swoosie Kurtz: Part Swan, Part Goose

Actress Swoosie Kurtz looks back on her life and career. Her new memoir, Part Swan, Part Goose is a combination of personal misadventure and showbiz lore.

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Inspired Architect James Stewart Polshek

Architect James Stewart Polshek, whose portfolio includes the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock and the expansion of Carnegie Hall, discusses bringing his ideas to life.

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