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We’re trying a different format for the news. Less narrative, more bullet points. Let us know what you think (if you have an opinion).

Now for the bite-size narrativeish note.

Editor’s notable link: saving car parking spots after a snowstorm. As neither a driver nor a person who lives in a snowy climate, I’d like to hear discussion on the pros and cons of this tradition. Also – when did this practice start? Has it been around as long as parking spots? What other non-car items do people park in dug-out car parking spots? I’m hoping this is a safe topic, like asking about whether various foods are sandwiches.

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