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  • Feb 27 - Mar 6, 2013
  • Vol. 30, No. 9
  • Chad Johnston | Charles Koch



  • Life and Nas were good
  • Music Essay
  • Life and Nas were good

    For the former faithful, Nas was the all-time liberator of beats. He was a writer, a rapper to inspire spoken-word poets and aspiring emcees alike. He wrote like a thinker, not a bankroller.





  • When love gets difficult
  • Eva Hayward
  • When love gets difficult

    How can the NYT's Ethicist columnist tell a reader to not transition for the benefit of her family? She is part of her family; her misery also becomes part of the family. How can such misery be confined?
  • Roger May's <i>Testify</i>
  • Photo Journal
  • Roger May's Testify

    Since the War on Poverty of the 1960s, Appalachia has seen no shortage of photographers. It's become easy, cliché even, to make "those" kinds of photographs. I want my work to depart from those stereotypes.
  • Front Porch
  • A fishy story

    Years ago, I grew tired of the struggle to stop mosquitos laying eggs in my cistern. After some truly bad ideas, someone suggested that I drop a goldfish into the tank...


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