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Life Without Bats

I grew up in a tiny rural township, ten minutes outside of Akron, Ohio in a neighborhood surrounded by looming

From Carpet Joints to Racinos: How Midwest Gambling Went Legit

Wherever my paternal grandfather is – and if it’s his idea of Heaven, it probably looks like the old Dairy

Burn or Fizzle? Public Art, Economic Renewal, and the Curious Case of the Great Chicago Fire Festival

The critics were brutal. Headlines called it a “fizzle,” a “fiasco,” and “a total bust.” Some 30,000 people had gathered

Life Without Bats

Life Without Bats

I grew up in a tiny rural township, ten minutes outside of Akron, Ohio in a neighborhood surrounded by looming second-growth hardwoods and whispering cornfields.

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I Used to Live Here

I Used to Live Here

“I Used to Live Here” is a collaborative essay and set of images about cities and how they can and cannot be archived or preserved by Mexican artist and writer Veronica Gerber Bicceci and American writer Kathleen Rooney.

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