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V.22 No.27 | 7/4/2013
“Pick up the cry.”

Aural Fixation

American Music

Songs in the key of U.S.A.

By Samantha Anne Carrillo
As Laurie Anderson once noted, “Yankee Doodle” is a surrealist masterpiece. That sentiment inspired me to create this mixtape for ‘Merica.
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V.20 No.26 |
no parachute.
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no parachute.

science

Rockets en lieu of fireworks

By Geoffrey and Reina Plant [ Mon Jul 4 2011 2:49 PM ]

This 2011 drought-ridden Fourth let's all go with model rockets instead.

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V.20 No.21 | 5/26/2011

From the Foxhole

Adams on bin Laden

By Alex E. Limkin
What if, instead of celebrating the news, President Adams sat in the darkness of his study, amid his books and papers, and considered that despite the news, the military occupations would continue unabated?
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V.19 No.27 | 7/8/2010
The rift forms
The rift forms

Food

Patriotic Jell-O 2010

By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Mon Jul 5 2010 4:48 PM ]

Last year’s patriotic Jell-O mold was a hit. A wiggly, jiggly, gelatin hit. This year, not so much. The handmade brown and taupe stars I used to garnish the small, bulbous mold weighted down the peach Jell-O structure, which was weakened by a half cup of blackberry-infused vodka. A rift quickly formed, which was symbolic. Midway through the Jewish-hotdog-chardonnay-cicle-and-kiddie-pool party I held at my house, the Jell-O seemed to be attempting an escape. It too wanted independence. Finally, one of my guests and I broke down and sipped it through a straw—klassy. Being free is nice.

The Jell-O tries to escape
The Jell-O tries to escape
Only to be eaten
Only to be eaten
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