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Rachel Toor
Rachel Toor

Rachel Toor is a freelance columnist who writes a column titled, "Everything is Copy."

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A&E >  Books
July 14, 2019, midnight
Seeing photos of historic sites are often enough for me. I look for experiences with humans.

A&E >  Food
June 30, 2019, 5 a.m.
For a man who traveled the world and ended up back on the farm, it’s all about building and maintaining local community.

A&E >  Books
June 16, 2019, midnight
Mark Twain said many funny, true, quotable things, but among them was not “Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything out it.” He simply repeated the quip of his friend, Charles Dudley Warner. But it’s nonetheless true. Especially during extreme changes in climate, we sure can spend a lot of time talking about something whose outcome we are can affect not at all. Just as some of us can enjoy hours discussing spectator sports. We weigh in with opinions about players and coaches, curse out refs, and bond in good fellowship.

A&E >  Books
May 19, 2019, midnight
The Holocaust was something I don’t remember not knowing about. The danger of difference is clear to most kids, but I understood that the numbers on great-grandpa Max’s arm had dark meaning.