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WHY WE'RE HERE
The Christian Science Monitor
When I go to California, I pack a Raymond Chandler novel. Chandler's wordplay and colorful depiction of the architectural and cultural mise en scène of southern California deepens and heightens my experience.
I recently visited several places out there that felt like paradise. Back home, looking around my city, New York, I didn't find the world as pretty—until a light went on, and I saw things in a new way. Fresh off a crowded subway, I wrote this: "The Apple is tough, gritty, dangerous, the homeless and panhandlers and the down-and-out found on every corner. The way I figure it, in this town the ways to help other people are just more obvious."
To Our Readers
with contributions from Vernelle Christensen, Jeane Gaddie, Karen Walsh, Joan Sieber Ware
items of interest
with contributions from Christa Pongratz-Lippitt, Jeremy Bransten, Valerie Weaver-Zercher
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QUESTIONS THAT MAKE YOU THINK
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