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Dave used to want to be a war photographer.
Sept. 11, 2001, was early in our college careers, and he thought he’d be embedded over in Afghanistan, taking photographs. 1,072 more words
Buried behind Jaffrey’s colonial Meeting House nearby are “Aunt” Hannah Davis, 1784-1863, resourceful and beloved spinster who made, trade-marked and sold this country’s first wooden bandboxes; and Amos Fortune, 1710-1801, African-born slave who purchased his freedom, established a tannery and left funds for the Jaffrey church and schools. 431 more words
I sat down to read Willa Cather today. I should have known better; whenever I encounter Cather my mood is altered for days and I walk around in a fog, bumping into corners, almost walking into traffic, and losing large swatches of time to meandering thoughts. 476 more words