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Alternate Ending

"In this version no one has to wear a wig to senior prom/because of chemo. No one’s car is set on fire."

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Following the Yellowlined Road

Yellowlining—the lesser cousin of federal-government redlining—was a discriminatory force that historians and economists have only begun to explore.

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Following the Yellowlined Road

Yellowlining—the lesser cousin of federal-government redlining—was a discriminatory force that historians and economists have only begun to explore.

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Ancient Places

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"Every curve & angle of us was a sign to the end of times; / ... but we were too high and mighty to hear the trumpet"

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Bob Ross Was Here

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With “The Bob Ross Experience,” Muncie, Indiana lays claim to its most famous artist—and its status as an art town.

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