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Friday, October 24, 2008

Sarah Vowell sits down with the NYT

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Essayist Sarah Vowell, an AIC grad, discusses Louis Sullivan and Chicago architecture. She can be a little precious at times, but Radio On and her essay about standing on the State Street bridge and thinking about American history still get to me.


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