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Earth Balancing: Affording a Green Budget

Earth Balancing Affording a Green Budget by Elka Karl illustration by Michael Wertz IN MANY WAYS, we’re lucky that the environmental movement has recently been streamlined and slickified by the design mavens who’ve incorporated organic cotton and sustainably forested black … Continue reading

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Vote With Your Gun

Vote With Your Gun Hunter Ethics, Hunter Politics by Elka Karl illustration by Paul Panamarenko ON A SUMMER morning in 1979, my father and I were driving across Highway 70 East in northern Wisconsin when a doe darted out of … Continue reading

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Pipsqueak-a-Yo-Yo

by Ella Karl illustration by Laurenn McCubbin I work part-time as a bartender at a club in San Francisco called Rickshaw Stop. It’s a 300+ capacity venue that brings in seriously sweaty club kids and indie rockers four nights a … Continue reading

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