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#187: Bang, Bang, in a Boy Voice

Hi there, and greetings from Santa Fe, New Mexico, where somehow it’s cold and nobody told me it woul
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#187: Bang, Bang, in a Boy Voice
By Mark Isero • Issue #187 • View online
Hi there, and greetings from Santa Fe, New Mexico, where somehow it’s cold and nobody told me it would be. Loyal readers — and especially new subscribers — you’re going to like this week’s issue. Everyone should read the lead article, a boy’s coming-of-age in 1980s New York, which will push your sense of empathy. The other three articles are excellent, too — ranging from the extinction of dinosaurs, to the prosecution of truancy, to the legacy of adoptions in Guatemala. Please enjoy!

Bang, Bang, In A Boy Voice
The Day the Dinosaurs Died
Bailey, who belongs to loyal readers Sonya and Jackson, likes to sit atop the staircase, marveling at all that’s beautiful down below. Want your pet to appear in The Highlighter? hltr.co/pets
Bailey, who belongs to loyal readers Sonya and Jackson, likes to sit atop the staircase, marveling at all that’s beautiful down below. Want your pet to appear in The Highlighter? hltr.co/pets
Kamala Harris and The Human Costs of The War on Truancy in Schools
Destined for Export: The Troubled Legacy of Adoptions from Guatemala
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