A dog is a man’s best friend, they say. But what do you do when a dog marks you as an enemy? Here, Jonathan Kiefer ponders this problem with some help from Edward Albee’s play The Zoo Story.
My neighbor’s dog reminds me of Edward Albee. Not the man himself, but one of his [...]Continue Reading →
Something alien is growing in the community garden on my street. The garden occupies a narrow lot, fenced on all sides and bordered by multi-family homes. There’s a wooden fence in the front; the entrance is always open. In the nearly 30 plots, all of which are planted out this year, we earnest urban gardeners [...]Continue Reading →
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