We hear there’s some kind of race going down, dear reader, have you heard about it? There’s a fair and everything. Here’s Danielle Weeks’ highly relevant “Lexington Horse Mania”:
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The hemisphere is shaking off the wet leftovers of winter, dear reader, but is it through? What is and isn’t paid and evened up, in Grace Bauer’s “The Deceptive Day”:
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Can we peer into another’s self, their privacy? What could we learn that we do not already guess? Dear reader, let us ask Sandra Kolankiewicz’s “Neighborhood Watch”:
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Today’s share is a little feature we like to call “Rejected” — our issuely take on things to which noes, tx. From SC 4.3, our rejected rejectors:
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