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In 1951, the U.S. government began test detonations of nuclear bombs in the Nevada desert. It wasn’t long before people started getting cancer.
There’s a treasure trove of hard-to-find literature housed in the last place you’d expect. Interested in seeing a 16th century edition of Shakespeare’s plays? Look no further than Moon’s Rare Books—at a strip mall in Provo, Utah.
Navied Mahdavian had always been a city guy. He had never fished, gardened, hiked, hunted or lived in a snowy place. Then he, his wife and dog moved from San Francisco to an off-the-grid cabin in rural Idaho.
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