The Geography of Now Autumn 2010
Editor’s note: Passing through
This corner of America has been formed by the conflicting tides of wilderness, industry and agriculture. The tug-o’-war persists today, shaping an uneasy 21st-century world haunted by omens of vexing change.
A spewing river of oil ravages Gulf Coast life and livelihoods. And no one knows how the epic struggle will go.
Howard, South Dakota, was threatening to disappear from the Miner County landscape — until a returning troublemaker and the county’s 2,800 residents transformed the dying community in a movement that just might be national in scope.
Helping a herd of mustangs survive the brutal season also meant preserving a vital element of the American spirit.
“The scientific goal of the Large Hadron Collider research program is no less than to understand the nature and origin of the universe itself.”
When a priest heads to a remote Mexican village for Easter, he discovers a people whose embrace is warm and a world full of unexpected trouble and grace.
From lab to life
$1.7 million grant targets the ‘problem of evil’
What can we learn from Transylvania? Really!
Service + Leadership = New Game Plan
Echoes: Who knew? The new Lou
Seen and heard
Deaths in the family