Sound Off: Freezer Pets

Joseph Diblasi, Jeremy Bartlett, and Christina Dinapoli explore the art of taxidermy by analyzing its utility, stigma, and necessary skill. The story features interviews with professional and aspiring taxidermists, who talk about why they choose to practice this unconventional art form, and why it gets a bad rap.

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Sound Off: The Art of Being Nude

Thu Apr 7 , 2011
This human interest piece by Clark Slater, Eric Sowalskie and Amy West discusses the odd job of nude modeling.  Several interviews with models explain what they love about the job and how it can become more than a part-time job. The Art of Being Nude by littlerebellion

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