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Schliemann in Seattle

Jeremiah Webster In 1858, Heinrich Schliemann (retired at thirty-six after success as a military contractor) set out to discover the walls of Troy that he

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What We Dread Most

Morgan Feddes The end of the year is notorious for many things. Among them: Stress. Top [insert number here] Lists of the holiday season. Late

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Advent Comes Out Swinging

 Joshua Robbins As we enter Advent’s home stretch, I’ve found myself wishing the season’s anticipation would feel…well, more sublime. But, then again, I wonder if

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Kristina Pfleegor Jeremiah 31:21 A little girl climbing a tree falls on her back, lungs jarred. The sky is a darting school of minnows. The

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Maybe the Next Game

Joseph Edwin Haeger “He’s the most intimidating pitcher in the history of baseball.” “Because of the beard?” “Well, that helps. Would you want to go

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 Jeremiah Webster – noun ( /ˌænəɡˈnɒrɨsɨs/; Ancient Greek: ἀναγνώρισις) the moment in a play or other work when a character makes a critical discovery. “What is

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Dead for the Neighbors

Kristina Pfleegor Every six weeks or so, instead of going to a Sunday-morning service, the members of my church do some kind of activity to

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They Live, We Sleep

The Occupy Wall Street mentality is nothing new. Brian C. Baer I was lucky enough to catch a screening of John Carpenter’s cult classic They

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Sarah Vowell Live

Looking for something to do with the remainder of your weekend? Whelp, good luck. But when that long and glorious weekend reaches an end and

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Here There Be Giants

Jeremiah Webster Last year I drove a friend from out of town (Midwest kindred sort) along a road that ran parallel with the Cascade Mountain

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by Brian C. Baer In Rapid City, the man turns to Bridget, the twenty-something in the plastic seat next to him. “You know,” he tells

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