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What We're Reading This Week: Schoolhouses, Cruise Food, Dog Costumes

If you appreciate practical, locally designed buildings that convey a sense of history and place, don't miss Nate Schweber's "Small Wonders" in Historic Preservation magazine. It examines the role one-room schoolhouses played—and still play, in some cases—in rural Montana's far-flung towns. The ability of different communities to adapt these varied, still-meaningful structures resonated with me: when preserving history brings people ...

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4 HOURS AGO - New York Daily News

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Gonzalez: Quarantined nurse Kaci Hickox is bravely fighting policy

Civil rights lawyer Norman Siegel has defended countless victims of government abuse over the years, including people swept up in another hysterical call for health quarantines during the early days of the AIDS epidemic. Even the grizzled Siegel has been struck by the bravery and eloquence of Kaci Hickox, the 33-year-old nurse who telephoned him Saturday from a makeshift tent ...

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4 HOURS AGO - New Statesman

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I enjoyed working for the adult summer camp, but I drew the line at the shooting range

Suzanne Moore’s weekly column, Telling Tales.  School's out: a summer camp in Wisconsin. Photo: Flickr/Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Americans like to send their children away to summer camps. They do the same to adults with learning difficulties. So it was that I found myself among a group of people with, shall we say, very mixed abilities. I had answered ...

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This week, the one-word charity text donation: or relieving the conscience of the unengaged

Will Self’s Madness of Crowds column.  Illustration by Jackson Rees The Gadarene swine fallacy states that simply because a group of individuals are maintaining a formation, it doesn’t mean that they’re on the right course. You can see the logic of this: Jesus casts out the demons, they enter the swine, and the swine all charge along in a swinish ...

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