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All We Can Do Is Prepare: One Lesson John Fallis Taught Us

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In late 1999, while interviewing John Fallis for a small film I was producing, the hall-of-fame high school coach uttered a sentence which I would toss around in my head at least once a week for the next 16 years. “You can’t win if you’re not physically conditioned,” Fallis said. ...

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Holly Sims: The Decision is Yours

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What goes through an artist’s mind when she runs solid blocks of contrasting colors across a five foot cut of canvas? When the end result are streaks of blacks and whites, crisscrossed by tendrils of brown, soft peach, or burnt red? We all know what the mind of a lazy ...

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Capital City Chronicles: What Happened to the Metro?

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My Journey to the Nation’s Capital: Part 2 by Donovan Wheeler When my parents told me that we would be relying on the subway to get around Washington, D.C., a fear-stricken waft of nausea overwhelmed me. This was 1986, a year after Bernie Goetz opened fire on his “would-be” attackers ...

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