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Three-year-old Connor Mendoza never feels full when he eats. Because of a rare and incurable genetic illness, Connor is always hungry and could easily eat himself to death.
Victor Powell has been making sandals in Provincetown, Mass., for more than 40 years. But when he retires, the decades-old leather-working tradition will end.
Drafting a Future
Nathan Henderson doesn't use a tractor to farm. To mow hay, till fields and harrow, he prefers riding behind of a team of Suffolk Punch draft horses. Henderson is old school, ...
Poetry Made to Order
Burlington, Vt.'s farmers market is legend around this tiny state. Not only can you find every kind of organic vegetable, free-range meat or handcrafted cheese, but this year ...
Jacob the Jeweler
Jacob Albee was supposed to be a raptor biologist, living in a tent, studying exotic birds. Somehow, he ended up becoming a designer jeweler, making one-of-a-kind, custom ...
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