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Nixon’s New Perspective

By Vilma Barr Creating a presidential library and museum can be compared to directing an independent film. A well-known actor is cast to attract an audience; a script graphically recounts a lifetime of far-reaching milestones; and handsome settings move the story

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Alley of the Arts

By Katie Nale A lighting revamp morphs a century-old pathway into a work of art The lighting of Gallery Alley in Lincoln, NE, is a work of art as unexpected as the alley itself. After the city built a parking garage at its south end, the tucked-away service alley started

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A Capitol Comes Around

By Samantha Schwirck Of the myriad setbacks a government can endure, Minnesota recently faced one that, if ignored, would have brought politics as usual to a full stop: its capitol building was crumbling, and time for delaying the repair was running out. It took nearly a

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