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Published Mon, May 22, 2017, 8:00 AM
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'DUBIOUS ARRESTS, DAMAGED LIVES'
Fostering Failure
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California's shelters for foster children are supposed to serve as a refuge for vulnerable children. Instead, they have funneled hundreds of children into the criminal justice system.
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BOTH WONDERFUL AND STRANGE
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Twin Peaks, Without People
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The dark and surreal logging town of Twin Peaks is perhaps the most important character of the David Lynch TV show.
IT WAS ALL A BAD DREAM
The Teenage Dreamland Of 'Twin Peaks'
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Discovering the show when she was a teenager in 1990 helped me navigate the grief of losing my grandparents — and my girlhood.
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IN OVER OUR HEADS
The Wild West Of Deep-Sea Mining
hakaimagazine.com
In the coming years, a new gold rush will begin. Deep beneath the ocean’s waves, from scalding hydrothermal vents to the frigid stretches of the abyssal plain, ocean processes have deposited vast quantities of valuable minerals on the seafloor.
EVERYTHING IS DIVIDED, NOTHING IS COMPLETE
Eliminating The Human
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Legendary musician David Byrne muses on how all our technological advances are inching towards the same goal: bypassing all human interaction.
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