by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
In this issue:
Ford CEO Mark Fields
Also: The World's Greenest Cities: Frankfurt, Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, Singapore, Copenhagen, Sydney, New York, Vancouver, Bogota, Amsterdam and more!
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For great selection and knowledgeable staff stop in at The Bookworm, Omaha’s independent bookstore.
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