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10 Questions for the Dalai Lama with Filmmaker Rick Ray click here November 8,2012

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‘Opening Our Eyes’ with Filmmaker/Producer Gail Mooney

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ABus2Antarctica with Digital Nomad Andrew Evans

source url November 10,2012 Deeply influenced by 1913 Society honoree Ernest Shackleton, National Geographic Digital Explorer Andrew Evans travels the globe, searching for authentic travel experiences and sharing a play-by-play of these moments on social media outlets, such as YouTube and Twitter. We heard from Andrew about his incredible excursion starting in Washington D.C. and ending up in Antarctica, mostly by public transportation!


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follow url Nancy Glass, former co-host of Evening Magazine, current producer of Animal Planet’s Tanked, and founder of Nancy Glass Productions, introduced Race to the Bottom of the Earth, which documents Todd Carmichael’s solo trek to the South Pole. The evening celebrated the Society’s 100+ year history in Polar exploration with the IMAX film Sir Ernest Shackleton and the Endurance Expedition, followed by a dinner reception by The Frog Commissary under the Polar sky in the Planetarium which will include made-to-order white chocolate snow cones, iced wine, iced vodka, penne pasta with cream, sausage and sage, and La Colombe espresso cascading down vanilla ice cream.

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Mongolia with Filmmaker Buddy Hatton source site November 9,2011

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Across the Hemispheres with Photographer Kevin Loughlin

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‘Northern Europe’ and ‘South and Central America’ with Filmmaker Marlin Darrah

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XTREME DREAM with Diana Nyad

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