1. Dave Hughes: Lullaby


    July 2, 2015 by Elizabeth Gomez


    The boogie man is at the door,the evil monkey is crouching in the closet, the creature is hiding under the …
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  2. Kim Nelson: I Really Need You Tonight


    July 1, 2015 by Kim

    6. Lizelle Ramores Din does everything around here: works miracles, saves the day on a regular basis, starts movements, teaches patience, learns diligence, changes spare tires, changes you. To catch a glimpse of her, better plan on getting up early in the morning or staying up late at night, because those are the only times she seems to exist. It is best to make an appointment. 

See her double duty as a freelance designer at liz.aestheticresponse.com and as a personal trainer at notalentbattlefitness.com.

    The old monitor lights up, yellow letters against blue: “‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’ in the style of Bonnie Tyler.” …
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  3. Conor Cawley: 5 Beverages For High Altitude Drinking


    June 30, 2015 by ConorCawley

    drinking mountains

    If you find yourself in a high-altitude location like Colorado, you probably hope to take in the beautiful views and rolling hills with …
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  4. Emily Lund: 10 Things I’ve Learned from Being Unemployed


    June 29, 2015 by emilysuelund


    1)     You become instantly humble– Even if you didn’t get terminated because of performance issues, being laid off, let go, …
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  5. Sandra Benedetto: Scars


    June 25, 2015 by Sandra

    Heart on a Platter by William Pura

    It wasn’t your fault, Dad. I was excited to see you, so I ran headlong. Two-year-old temples are no match …
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  6. Jeff Phillips: Bryson’s Mom


    June 24, 2015 by Baker & Brady

    Remember that guy back there? The one at the bend, where the pier becomes the breakers. The one that pretended …
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  7. Murphy Row: The Adult Uniform, or Cartooning One’s Self


    June 23, 2015 by murphymrow

    blue polo 4

    In a world filled with click bait headlines like “Adorable Dog Finds Stick: You won’t believe what happens next!” and …
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