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When the damage is mild and the neighborhood is awesome, natural disasters bring community.
Apparently not everyone loves the country's largest free arts festival. I'll do what it takes to make them believers.
The U2 traffic got me thinking: Big shows are just not worth it when other options abound.
Summer is a time to appreciate the little things - little things like yard sales.
There are few things for which I would do hours of yard work. A crab feast is obviously one of them.
In a city that provides easy access to bikes and education, some of us still live in unnecessary yet very real fear.
If you ask me, the prediction of a May 21st Judgment Day is something we should all embrace.
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