April 2006
National Geographic;Apr2006, Vol. 209 Issue 4, p156
This article presents updates and inside information on articles appearing in "National Geographic." There is an update of a November article on longevity, an inside look at photographer Meredith Davenport's encounter with Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, information on writer Dan Glick's exploration of Glen Canyon, and previews of upcoming television shows on the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and Spartacus, the Roman slave.


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