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Dark Skies

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Most human beings live with light pollution; in the US, 99 percent of people exist under blank skies, drenched in artificial light. But when you travel to dark sites, you “fill that blankness with the entire universe above you.” If... Read More

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Midwestern Strange

by Jeff Fleischer

From Bigfoot to Area 51 to the Jersey Devil, the United States boasts plenty of legendary unsolved mysteries, and the Midwest has had its share of odd occurrences. B. J. Hollars takes a look at a few of these in the entertaining and... Read More

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Near the Exit

by Katie Asher

A helpful reminder that no one escapes this life alive, Lori Erickson’s "Near the Exit" is a travel text and an act of religious exploration, presenting spiritual meditations from some of the holiest places on Earth. Erickson developed... Read More

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Perfect City

by Susan Waggoner

Embracing cities as permanent, desirable features, "Perfect City" turns a potentially dry urban survey into a heady, thought-provoking tour of eight distinctive cities. Joe Berridge’s "Perfect City" ruminates on the purpose, delights,... Read More

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