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Stories for Oct. 10, 2012
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Every time I read Crosscut, I learn something new. What better reason to join or renew your membership?READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Think "if not for the grace of God go I" when looking at people on welfare. And those poor still contribute to the common good, sometimes more generously than most of us.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
The world's towers stop off in Seattle to discuss the role of tech and storytelling in the adrenaline tourism game. Come on up!READ MORE 3 COMMENTS