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Dumpsters on S. Fourth

Dumpster Dive

Treasure hunting in students' castoffs

Last August, my friend Tom arrived late to our weekly socially distant gathering (My Town, December 2020) because his dumpster dive had taken longer than expected. He explained that he had been going every day since the containers appeared on the old Fingerle property and was acquiring quite a collection of useful stuff. We were intrigued (and I was somewhat

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