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Now that all the cool kids have phones and computers with the intertubes hooked up to them twenty four hours a day, all the cooler-than-those-kids kids have gone back to the most basic of human entertainment–one person telling a stories … Continue reading
Lately, I’ve immersed myself in the history of small towns, studying the way communities take on their personalities, how they grow or shrink. Decatur’s low-profile landscape is dotted with buildings that represent false starts–directions the city thought it was heading … Continue reading