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Love Lost, Truth Found: In Pandemic Isolation, A Father Comes Out To His Daughter

At 90, Ken Felts tells his daughter about the man he fell in love with over 60 years ago. "I thought I was doing great, until I came out and started to discover what it means to be free," he told her.

Starry Skies Handbook
Bergamot Handbook
Unshield Arms and Sleepers
Kanada Vintage Arms and Sleepers
Pittsburgh Left (Eliot Lipp Remix) Lymbyc Systym
Veil Canyons Of Static
Drift Canyons Of Static

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App Lets You Destress By Screaming Into Icelandic Wilderness

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Passim Edamame feat. Emancipator
Follow Meridian Edamame

"I feel like it was better for the longevity of this band, believe it or not, to have gone through something like that," Emily Strayer says of The Chicks' cancellation. "It makes you even stronger." Philippa Price/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Chicks Look Back And Laugh

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March March The Chicks
Scotch & Chocolate Nickel Creek
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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp gave a coronavirus briefing at the Capitol Friday, in Atlanta. Kemp has filed a lawsuit against the city over its face-mask requirement. John Bazemore/AP hide caption

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Georgia Mayor 'Disappointed' By Governor's Order Blocking Mask Mandates

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Barcelona Black Clouds
Parallels (It's Not As If We Mattered, Pt. 2) Black Clouds

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Love Lost, Truth Found: In Pandemic Isolation, A Father Comes Out To His Daughter

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Paloma Fabian Almazan and Linda Oh
La Voz de un Piano Fabian Almazan & Rhizome
Bibo No Aozora Ryuichi Sakamoto
Windrose Tristan De Liege
Papillon Tristan De Liege

In the late 1950s, developers on Hilton Head Island in South Carolina began building upscale housing communities and marketed them as plantations. Hilton Head Plantation, above, is a luxury, gated community. Aileen LeBlanc hide caption

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Aileen LeBlanc

No Longer A Selling Point, Some Residents Want 'Plantation' Removed

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Migration Marley Carroll
After Ours Marley Carroll
Friday I'm in Love The Imaginary Trio

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