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Culture, Stage 'Big Co.' at Boxcar Delivers Anticorporate Message for Free

'Big Co.' at Boxcar Delivers Anticorporate Message for Free

A few weeks ago, a strange package arrived in my mailbox. It contained nothing but a copy of the September 2007 issue of Fast Company magazine. There was a yellow Post-It note attached to the front cover upon which the…
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News, Matt Smith

Wal-Mart 'R' Us

Leftists passing by newsstands last week saw an image of their movement's former poster boy. On the cover of the current issue of Fast Company magazine, former Sierra Club boy president Adam Werbach poses before a green backdrop and behind…
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News, Letters

Letters to the Editor

An Unsettling Family Story Isn't this just a diabolical plot to trick us into printing "rictus"?: The cover art for today's story "Death in the Family" is one of the most effectively creepy pieces of illustration I've seen…
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News, Feature Big Dam Mess

Big Dam Mess

Following retirement from 35 years of work in the mutual fund industry, George A. Miller went to the library "to have some structure in my life," he says. And there he stayed. "After four years," he recalls, "I got kind…
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News, Feature

Looking A little Green

"They can't spread their legs, like, outward," the woman on-screen is explaining. She is staring right into the camera, holding a Barbie doll. The doll has its legs split, a broad-jumper in the Olympics of love. The curtains of the…
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