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Signage

Signage by Hannah Stephenson Stores die with the same velocity as bugs. One day, humming, clicking. Shiny doors parting like beetle wings. And then, gone. Emptied out. A shell. The sudden voicelessness of the SupeRx, its sign darkened and waiting … Continue reading

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Where Are All the Feminists? Amanda Knox’s Story Is about More than Murder

Where Are All the Feminists? Amanda Knox’s Story Is about More than Murder By Lisa Marie Basile Amanda Knox is innocent of murder. As a reader, you may have already chosen a side, since some have made this a battle … Continue reading

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Plastic Islands & District 11 Bread.

Plastic Islands & District 11 Bread. By Billee Sharp I had an awful dream the other week: it started off nicely, sailing a little mirror dingy with my kids on Lyme Bay in Dorset. After a few tranquil moments viewing … Continue reading

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