Family on the Corner 

Eight months in front of Costco, with a pair of 3-year-olds

Around noon on Oct. 19, a Tuesday, she sat on the curb near the corner holding her cardboard sign so that people in the cars could read it before heading into the Costco gas station. She was young, fair-skinned, with a little…

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