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The two faces of Bo Lozoff 

Click for larger image • Bo Lozoff led Kindness House for 11 years.

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  • Grant and Gail Simons have been wearing red and  
    white stripes since 1984, and selling old-fashioned  
    root beer for more than 50 years. "They're just colors  
    that we like," Grant explains. Richardson brand root  
    beer was patented in 1918. When they're not traveling  
    to fairs, they sell root beer back home in Lake City,  
    Fla., outside the red 1937 Ford truck Gail inherited  
    from her parents.
  • Demon world
  • Grant and Gail Simons have been wearing red...
  • York Wilson
  • Oct 22, 2003
  • Death penalty opponents gather at the Central Prison  
    vigil for Quentin Jones. 117 of 202 death rown  
    prisoners in North Carolina are African-American. Just  
    72 are white.
  • Stop the executions
  • Death penalty opponents gather at the Central Prison...
  • York Wilson
  • Sep 3, 2003
  • Quentin Jones' vigil. Death penalty opponents won a  
    victory when the Senate passed a moratorium.
  • Stop the executions
  • Quentin Jones' vigil. Death penalty opponents won a...
  • York Wilson
  • Sep 3, 2003
  • I have to wonder: If we weren't involved in a real war,  
    would war toys even be a live issue for me?
  • Playing War
  • I have to wonder: If we weren't involved...
  • York Wilson
  • Apr 23, 2003
  • GI Joe's look has changed over time to a super-sized  
    version of masculinity.
  • Playing War
  • GI Joe's look has changed over time to...
  • York Wilson
  • Apr 23, 2003
  • "The pilots who are in Iraq now were raised on video,"  
    says focus group member John Shoneman.
  • Playing War
  • "The pilots who are in Iraq now were...
  • York Wilson
  • Apr 23, 2003

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