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  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
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    In my stomach lied $6.97 worth of Panera’s Cuban Panini (my favorite) as I climbed into my cold, black Volkswagon and putted up to the stoplight of the Brentwood shopping center. There stood, in the cold, a woman peddling The Contributor, Nashville’s homeless newspaper. I bought one for a dolla...
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    For gentlemen, there is one garment that can bring you everything you want: women, wealth, and old-fashioned respect. Sadly, it’s been given a bad rap by the cool kids who wear puffy sneakers and overpriced North Face jackets which they begged their Mom’s for. This powerful, fine, finicky, tric...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    I trekked into the sports store and out of the cold with Mt. Kilimanjaro on my mind and six months away. I began to browse the store with a friend from school. She’s bright, dark-haired, and has a particular knack for cynicism. When she discovered that I planned to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro for chari...
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    Every culture has a high-esteemed institution, which is given a respectable amount of power in an esteemed position. For the ancients, this place was the theatre, and for the pilgrims it was the church. Today, that place is the coffee shop. There are over 108 million coffee drinkers in the U.S., mo...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    There once was a fish named Larry. His day to- day was quite hairy. "Ah! But what is this I see? A worm! A free meal! So easy." But one sharp yank would prove to tank All the dreams he ever had Of being a lover, A brother, a husband and dad....

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