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Spring 2014

- mutterhood

© Jody Magrady

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Beautiful Ruins features haunting images of two abandoned institutional sites whose story is now left to history.

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Two-thirds of family owned businesses never make it to the third generation. Family Business profiles two examples.

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Actor, writer and performer Julia Sweeney takes us with her trip on a trip to an Amazon distribution warehouse in Personal Logistics.

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First or Worst reminds us that we all have to start our working lives somewhere.

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In Boxed In, one writer tries to recreate a childhood memory from a box of vegetables.

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The perfect pen, the right knife, the exact shade of color: See what it takes to do a job right in Tools of the Trade.

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One writer considers her role in modern life in An Industrious Woman.

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Cultures clash in Manual Labor when a family opens a Subway franchise in Jamaica.

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500 Words: Ants

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One woman ponders trash and consequences in Beware the Plastic Ocean.

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Contributors: Meet the folks behind the words and pictures in Industry.

Regular Features: Editor’s Letter What’s the mutter? Words and Pictures profiles Jill Bent, a seamstress, collector and small business owner with a personal connection to her products and customers that transcends the often impersonal online market.

Front & back cover photos: ©Cathi Kern Borushek

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Industry - Spring 2014  

Our theme this issue is Industry featuring wonderful writers and photographers who offer their take on that thing we call work.

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