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Where the Wild Foods Are

Barbara Bensoussan

When the pantry and fridge are bare, most of us head to nearest supermarket to restock. More adventurous souls, however, head outdoors and pluck — rather than purchase — their dinner.

 

Come Inside My World

Libi Astaire

Autism affects some 2 million people in theUnited Statesand tens of millions worldwide. In the past their world was impenetrable to outsiders. Today we have a better grasp of autism, allowing us a glimpse of what it’s like to live in the mind of an autistic.

 

A River Divided

As told to Leah Gebber

I was the golden child; daughter of my parent’s old age. I would comfort them, amuse them, distract them from their looming mortality. While they played overprotective parents, I played overprotective daughter.

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