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Louise Erdrich and Kevin Brockmeier Are Not Writing Campfire Ghost Stories

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There are all different kinds of ghost stories and types of ghosts. Maybe the ghost is a malicious spirit out for revenge, or a marshmallow man parade float come to life, or maybe it’s truly a friendly ghost — Casper, here to be pals. In today’s first featured interview, Here & Now‘s Robin Young talks with Louise Erdrich about her novel The Sentence which is set in a haunted bookstore in Minneapolis. Then NPR’s Ailsa Chang interviews Kevin Brockmeier about his book of short spooky stories The Ghost Variations.

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Comida Cantina Adjusts to the Pandemic, Establishes Wildcard Advantage Program

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Just seven weeks after Comida Cantina opened in January 2020, COVID-19 shut down the restaurant’s dining room.  Comida is a Central St. restaurant and bar specializing in Mexican and Latin American-inspired cuisine. During the pandemic, the restaurant made a variety of adjustments and recently launched a partnership with Northwestern’s Wildcard Advantage Discounts program.  “Our goal…

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‘Beyond Torture’: Family of Missing Langley, B.C. Man Urges People to Come Forward

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Devon Goodrick was last seen around 3:30 a.m. Sept. 25, near 192 Street and 28 Avenue, and was reported missing two days later.

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Reduce, reuse, recycle and refuse: these are tenets of Eco and the Flamingo, Evanston and Chicago’s first zero waste general stores. “(Sustainability’s) just been our guiding value from the beginning — if a company wasn’t sustainable, we weren’t going to work with them,” co-founder Bethany Barbouti said. “That was just one area we were never…

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