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Now we’re beginning the next stage of the journey. The guiding principle of this reporting is one we have developed-city by city, story by story, question by question, surprise by surprise-through our years of travel. The central premise is that the most positive and practical developments in this stage of American life are happening at the local and regional level-but that most Americans have barely heard of those developments except in the communities where they themselves live.
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A legend heard through the whispers of the wind and the murmurs of the . A certain outsider decided to reveal himself and attack the forest, with a single purpose: its destruction. By this time, most wanted the forest gone.
A legend heard through the whispers of the wind and the murmurs of the rivers. A legend that is hushed by many lips out of fear and repeated by many more out of awe. A legend powerful enough to dominate the world. His descendants were blessed with the same power and skill as their ancestor was. They, too, protected the forest. They soon became known as the guardians. Some feared its power; others feared it for the guardians. The man who was attacking was powerful, having used magic in the darkest of ways.
Forest fires, sometimes called bush fires or brush fires, are usually catastrophic in nature, with the ability to burn acres and acres of everything in their path
Forest fires, sometimes called bush fires or brush fires, are usually catastrophic in nature, with the ability to burn acres and acres of everything in their path. Though most popular in areas that are rural or forested, forest fires can quickly turn into deadly if they encroach upon areas of human habitation. However, large scale forest fires, which are often brought on by human behavior, can have very negative effects on the environment ranging from species degradation.
Now, we’re expanding the field, starting with a new collection for Black History Month. Lots of questions come to mind when studying a 1977 image of the runner Miki Gorman powering through the streets of New York City.