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'Only When We Want Them' by Emily Harrison

The weather was caustic. You know – when it can’t decide what it wants to be. Bubbling up in the sky. Either it’s going to burn hot all day, really blister the skin, or it’s going to rain so hard it’ll bounce back up from the ground when it hits the tarmac – like firing a bullet and watching it fire back at you. 2,236 more words

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Fernbank: a Forest in the City

Emily Harrison once wrote to her parents, “These heartstrings of ours have a curious way of getting tangled up in things: particularly trees and rocks and hill slopes…but gradually I had come to feel that Fernbank was too big and too beautiful for family[‘s] consumption…The best thing to do with it would be to put it into the lives of children…” 429 more words

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FILM REVIEW: I, Tonya

Centred on the life of former 1991 and 1994 U.S champion and Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding, and directed by Lars and the Real Girl’s… 1,428 more words