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Adam Ganuza

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    I’m a Miami native and I love this place. I don’t know where the moniker “Magic City” originates, but I see the magic in the pink clouds at sunset, in the steam rising off of cortaditos, and even in the symphony of car horns during rush-hour traffic jams. Yet, while it’s easy to get caught up in the sights and sounds that surround us, there is so much more to this place.
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    Over the past week I’ve crisscrossed the Motor City, heading from an urban farm to the high-rising Renaissance Center, through aisles of 2,500-year-old pottery to a diorama of Black Bottom in the 30’s. Detroit is a quintessential American city, with roots that run as deep as its namesake river, and even a newcomer like me can see that.
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    On my first visit to St. Paul, as I walked past riverboats on the Mississippi and the beautifully domed state capitol, I found a city filled with testaments to its past. In no place did I find that better exemplified than in the stone and wood of the James J Hill Library. Its 20th century stoicism, expressed in oil paintings and century old hardwood reading tables, represents the city’s rich history.