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Postponed from fall 2021 — Winslow said then in a statement that he wanted to wait until it was safer to have a full-capacity book tour — "City on Fire" is the first book in a planned trilogy, a crime saga inspired by Homer’s “The Iliad.”

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After the former owner of Stranahan House, Frank Stranahan, drowned outside of his home during the Great Depression, people have claimed to see his ghost on the property. Years later, the sister of Frank’s widow also died in the house due to bleeding from a premature birth. In all, six entities are said to be there.

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On the evening of June 9, 1912, six members of the Moore family and two houseguests were killed with an axe in the Moore residence. No one was ever convicted. Since there was no closure, the ghosts of the eight victims still reportedly haunt the grounds.

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TikTok creator @thetinyherbivore says she tried minimalist before admitting she’s a collector at heart. In her apartment tour she explains the #thingsthatjustmakesense in her maximalist home, including knickknacks, way too many throw blankets, and books, books, books.

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Plan lots of outdoor activities. Hiking, biking, rafting and fishing all provide plenty of fresh air and the chance to appreciate wide open spaces. Traveling as a pod also means you can more easily organize a private float, tour or ride into the wilderness without sharing the adventure with others outside your bubble.

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For decades, young readers have been enthralled by the adventures detailed in “Little Women.” Soon, we will once again have the option to visit the home of Louisa May Alcott, the novelist who crafted the compelling story around the relationships within her family. In time, you can take a guided tour and get a glimpse into how the Marche family lived in the home known as Orchard House. Many of the family’s treasures remain in the well-preserved structure, including family china and photographs. For now, you can take a virtual tour on the Alcott website or watch the recent feature-length film inspired by the novel. More to explore: www.louisamayalcott.org

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— The coronavirus pandemic might have derailed The Killers’ tour and pushed back its sixth album release, but “Imploding the Mirage” is being released Friday. It’s the follow-up to the band’s 2017 album “Wonderful Wonderful” and was recorded in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Park City, Utah. Featured guests include Lindsey Buckingham, k.d. lang, Weyes Blood, Adam Granduciel, Blake Mills and Lucius.

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