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The Ghost

National Magazine Award winner Paige Williams follows the trail of the FBI’s most unlikely fugitive: a charming, handsome, onetime devout Mormon, on the run from a brutal murder.

Ray & Rosa: A Love Story

They met on Beech Mountain, a boy and a girl, and there they’ve lived for 50 years. They never had much but each other.

One Man’s Family

The Secret Life of Charles Kuralt

The legendary newsman made a startling confession as he was dying—he had a second family.

Finding Dolly Freed

In 1978, at age eighteen, she wrote Possum Living, a frugal-living book that made her briefly famous amid an infamous economy. Then she went off the grid in the most unexpected of ways—she went mainstream. Now Dolly—and her book—are back.

Jan 2010
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Bones of Contention

A Florida man’s curious trade in Mongolian dinosaurs.

Jan 2013
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Lucky Stripes

Noah’s Ark Animal Rehabilitation Center rescues creatures great and small—including one lost zebra.

Oct 2009
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“We Thought the Sun Would Always Shine on Our Lives”

Bright, beautiful, and beloved, the young women of Chi Omega had it all—until they didn’t. Paige Williams tells the story of the sisterhood she lost, then found.

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My Mom Is My BFF

Julie and Samantha are close. So close that people can’t believe they’re mother-daughter.

Apr 2012
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Glossy Skin, Vinyl-Clad Heart

Charles Rose bought a 1940’s colonial. Instead of demolishing it, he and his wife, Pam Moore, enclosed it in a cedar screen and doubled the space with a copper-sheathed addition.

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How to Lose $100,000,000

Jack Whittaker bought a $1 Powerball ticket and became the biggest lottery winner of all time. Then his luck ran out.
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Jan 2005
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“You Have Thousands of Angels around You”

The tale of a teenager who survived a war, lost her entire family, fled two continents and wound up in Atlanta, where she is helped to find a bright future by an unlikely network of “angels,” including a middle-class family and an indefatigable attorney.

Oct 2007
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Reviving His Works, on Paper and Plaster

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Keeping Mr. Emerson’s House

A young couple headed East from Oregon and became the new caretakers of the Ralph Waldo Emerson House in Concord, Mass., making their home in the servants’ wing.

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A Corrugated House in a Sunburned Land

Urs and Carol Flueckiger built a 2,750-square-foot house for $140,000, with steel cladding, a courtyard, two studios and plenty of play space for Lucas, 3, left.

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Paloma Picasso

The jeweler with the famous name designs a big brand and a wonderful life.
Mar 2008
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Play It Again, Sam

To her great dismay, Samantha Power’s study of genocide was used to justify the war in Iraq. But that hasn’t stopped the Harvard lawyer, journalist, and activist.

Mar 2004
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30318

Excerpted from “Poverty By the Numbers”.

Apr 2009
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A Journey of Reclamation Reaches a Peak in Spain

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Find Out What You Were Born to Do

Manipulating numbers, identifying patterns, thinking visually: Do you know where your strengths lie? After struggling, cursing, and tweezing her way through 28 rigorous aptitude tests, Paige Williams discovered a few talents she never knew she had.
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Can You Really Get Rid of Your Most Sentimental Things?

How do you deal with emotionally charged items you can’t live with—or without?