Vulnerable 

Has anything really changed in Humboldt’s nursing homes?

Part one in a series  If a black hole could compress a lifetime, could mangle and crumple it down to a few essential remnants, they might look like these: A harmonica. A great-grandson's photo. A painted, prayerful Jesus. A stuffed cat. These…

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