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    What Miami's environmental vulnerability means to its citizens, their properties, their way of life — and the land beneath their feet. By Stan Cox and Paul Cox.
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    Blackswans
    An ex-Soviet icebreaker was recommissioned to circumnavigate the world in twenty-four hours at 88.7 degrees latitude, the heart of the arctic sea.
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    “The sleep of reason begets monsters” depicts the artist with his head resting on a table, his drawing tools scattered around him, while owls, bats and goblins swarm up ahead.
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    You sit around, part-bored, part-terrified, guiltily hoping for disaster to come along.
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    These hunched-over suits, broken and staring into monitors: these were not the brave advocates I had read about: they did not threaten governments and neck whiskey; they wrote letters about estate tax and sucked at their gums.
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    I’d been looking for signs in his music taste, listening for encrypted messages in his own band’s lyrics.
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    This members club will transform every house on your street into a takeaway restaurant where all the food is free.
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    Genuine power now operates above and beyond the old party-political system. It is no longer about “Democrat, Republican or Independent. It is something else.”
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    The farm began with 500 tiny tilapia fry and a few mint and basil plants in Toole’s 14th floor apartment, before moving to a converted parking garage.
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    guy1180
    There's a rare kind of wondrous absurdity which flows through each story.
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    Popup
    Pondering the slow, lingering death of the pop-up.
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    How can basic media technology save one billion people with no charity, no foreign aid, no politics and no government?
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    Tom Jeffreys talks to contemporary artist Rosalind Davis about social housing, the 2011 riots and painting London's architecture.

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