Time capsules reveal the past, but only if they’re not forgotten

Time capsules reveal the past, but only if they’re not forgotten
COLUMBIA — Roughly 10 years ago, the owners of University Place Apartments near campus were finishing up a landscaping project. Digging in a flower bed, they hit something solid with a gardening tool. It was a plaque indicating that a time capsule had been buried there in 1966, not to be opened until 2066. Without that discovery, who would have known that it was there, waiting to be opened …
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This Week in WCP Arts: Philippa Hughes, Q and Not U, Henry VIII
On the cover of this week’s dead-tree City Paper , Kriston Capps profiles Philippa Hughes , art-scene doyenne who runs the Pink Line Project and organizes its massive parties.
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