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The infamous con artist who inspired the movie “Catch Me If You Can,” Frank Abagnale has impersonated a pilot, college professor,...
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Through May 24. Destruction prompts construction in Fred Mitchell’s new exhibit. Photos of vehicular collision sites are printed and...
The tiny eco-boomtown on the border
by Andrew Kiraly | posted May 4, 2011
Just over the Nevada border in Nipton, Calif., one man is trying to turn his wholly owned ghost town into model for sustainable living. It helps to actually own the place. That means less red tape for his visionary green town. From the L.A. Times:
For a quarter-century, Freeman struggled to make much of the place, spending roughly $1 million on restoration costs. About 20 people eventually moved into town, most living in recreational vehicles and trailers.
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