Daily life in America moves outdoors

As autumn temperatures grew chillier recently in Rock Island, Illinois, Mara Goodvin’s music students played a festive tune, pounding on xylophones and drums. Notes from contrabass chimes — large metal tubes mounted on 2.4-meter-tall poles — reverberated through the air, steady and deep. Goodvin, who teaches children at Ridgewood Elementary, would play a rhythm, and the students ... Read More»
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