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"I call this place 'reinventing the homestead.' So we're trying to take the best of the traditional and add the new. It's a good thing, and I think it's a way of living that people may be yearning for."
Murderous soldiers, MS-13 bounty hunters, a broken asylum system… How much stress can a marriage withstand?
Gender and Cleveland’s garment district strikes of 1911.
A look back at the American government’s racially charged imprisonment of its Japanese Citizens in the wake of Pearl Harbor
In a single generation, South Korea has matured from a poor agrarian backwater to a flashy economic powerhouse. In less time than it took the Americans to go from the muscle car to the Prius, the Koreans went from the ox-and-plow to the bullet train. But Korea’s rapid transformation is not without growing pains. Canadian writer and teacher, Gord...
La Plateada, Mexico
Feeling the ennui of modernity, I traveled to rural Jalisco to learn about the good life.
The history of a powerful and violent secret society in the islands of southern Chile.
Wayne Kublalsingh is willing to die to stop the construction of a highway through Trinidad. But does anyone care?
The fight to rebury Native American remains in San Marcos, Texas.
A nostalgic joyride through the years of San Francisco’s past. By Joe Stephens

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In the city: A portrait tour of Manchester

I pour for hours over old photos and maps. Pictures of people in the street 20, 50, 100 years ago still seem alive somehow.

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