Aaron Kline celebrates a win with Jason Cook as they play a form of poker for a pool of cigarettes at SEPTA Correctional Facility on November 18, 2016.  Chris Streeter, far left, ended up winning the pool of cigarettes, a total of 11 packs, and plans to use them to trade for a “pick and poke” (tattoo). 

Aaron Kline celebrates a win with Jason Cook as they play a form of poker for a pool of cigarettes at SEPTA Correctional Facility on November 18, 2016.  Chris Streeter, far left, ended up winning the pool of cigarettes, a total of 11 packs, and plans to use them to trade for a “pick and poke” (tattoo). 

 Nova Holland, left, and her sister Hana of Los Angeles, CA celebrate the fourth of July on Children’s Beach at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, NY.

Nova Holland, left, and her sister Hana of Los Angeles, CA celebrate the fourth of July on Children’s Beach at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, NY.

 Jim Wert journeys during a Shamanistic ritual performed by Reverend Kate Rodger at Blueberry Gardens in Ashton, Maryland. 

Jim Wert journeys during a Shamanistic ritual performed by Reverend Kate Rodger at Blueberry Gardens in Ashton, Maryland. 

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 John Peterson poses with a watermelon he just chopped in half in Clarendon, Pa. 

John Peterson poses with a watermelon he just chopped in half in Clarendon, Pa. 

 Professor Bubblemaker, John Gradwhol, performs at the Pawpaw Festival in Albany, Ohio. 

Professor Bubblemaker, John Gradwhol, performs at the Pawpaw Festival in Albany, Ohio. 

 Ailey II Company Members Adrien Picaut and Jacoby Pruitt perform “Something Tangible” at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 

Ailey II Company Members Adrien Picaut and Jacoby Pruitt perform “Something Tangible” at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 

 Steve Holland harvests lake vegetation in the Chautauqua Lake. Holland harvests five days a week, for over eight hours a day, harvesting an average of 10 million pounds by the end of the summer. 

Steve Holland harvests lake vegetation in the Chautauqua Lake. Holland harvests five days a week, for over eight hours a day, harvesting an average of 10 million pounds by the end of the summer. 

 From left, Kira Alsworth, Aliya Alsworth, Alejandro Toribio, Sofia Toribio, and Subha Alsworth play with bubbles in the Bestor Plaza Fountain at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 

From left, Kira Alsworth, Aliya Alsworth, Alejandro Toribio, Sofia Toribio, and Subha Alsworth play with bubbles in the Bestor Plaza Fountain at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 

 Dancers from the Charlotte Ballet Lexi Johnston and Josh Hall perform in a music and dance collaboration with musician Stelth Ng. A video documentary of the collaboration was filmed by Luke Saagi and his assistant Theodore James at the Chautauqua Bell Tower in Western New York. 

Dancers from the Charlotte Ballet Lexi Johnston and Josh Hall perform in a music and dance collaboration with musician Stelth Ng. A video documentary of the collaboration was filmed by Luke Saagi and his assistant Theodore James at the Chautauqua Bell Tower in Western New York. 

 Clarissa Savage, of Westboro, MA, listens to the weekly sermon at Sunday Morning Worship at the Chautauqua Institution. 

Clarissa Savage, of Westboro, MA, listens to the weekly sermon at Sunday Morning Worship at the Chautauqua Institution. 

 Liam Batte, 4, stands shyly behind his dad, Jason Batte, as Jason talks to Cathy Chappel, who moved to the Lovare Homestead last winter with her daughter, Olivia Chappel, 17. Cathy is a remote professor at Ohio State University and homeschools Olivia. The Bates and the Chappels live in a tiny house community located in De Graff, Ohio. Lovare Homestead is a group based farm and living acreage for four tiny homes on 7 acres of land. The community is completely off the grid and focuses on a common purpose that involves concepts such as sustainability, ecology, self-sufficiency, recycling, composting and farming.

Liam Batte, 4, stands shyly behind his dad, Jason Batte, as Jason talks to Cathy Chappel, who moved to the Lovare Homestead last winter with her daughter, Olivia Chappel, 17. Cathy is a remote professor at Ohio State University and homeschools Olivia. The Bates and the Chappels live in a tiny house community located in De Graff, Ohio. Lovare Homestead is a group based farm and living acreage for four tiny homes on 7 acres of land. The community is completely off the grid and focuses on a common purpose that involves concepts such as sustainability, ecology, self-sufficiency, recycling, composting and farming.

 Bud Horne, 92, talks to his friend Carl Pegels, 85, after both men ran The Old First Night Run/Walk at the Chautauqua Institution.  

Bud Horne, 92, talks to his friend Carl Pegels, 85, after both men ran The Old First Night Run/Walk at the Chautauqua Institution.  

 Hana Pratt, 6, helps build a small lake for her Barbies with Maddie Hall, 7, at the Chautauqua Institution in Western NY. It was the first time that the two had been on a “beach”, as well as their first time they have visited Chautauqua. The girls, both from Husdson, Ohio, are visiting the grounds for a week with their families. 

Hana Pratt, 6, helps build a small lake for her Barbies with Maddie Hall, 7, at the Chautauqua Institution in Western NY. It was the first time that the two had been on a “beach”, as well as their first time they have visited Chautauqua. The girls, both from Husdson, Ohio, are visiting the grounds for a week with their families. 

 Jazzlyn Boyd kisses her bunny at River Road Rabbit Rescue in Athens, Ohio. 

Jazzlyn Boyd kisses her bunny at River Road Rabbit Rescue in Athens, Ohio. 

 Angel Rodriguez poses for a portrait at the Athenaeum Hotel in Chautauqua, New York.

Angel Rodriguez poses for a portrait at the Athenaeum Hotel in Chautauqua, New York.

 Jonathan Bull, Technical Director at the Chautauqua Institution Scene Shop, works on the set of Romeo & Juliet.

Jonathan Bull, Technical Director at the Chautauqua Institution Scene Shop, works on the set of Romeo & Juliet.

 Richard Heitzenrater and Joyce Olson take part in Library Day on the steps of Smith Memorial Library in Chautauqua, New York, Kazoos were passed around and Chautauquans were encouraged to take part in various songs conducted by Chautauqua Theatre Company Directer Steven Osgood.

Richard Heitzenrater and Joyce Olson take part in Library Day on the steps of Smith Memorial Library in Chautauqua, New York, Kazoos were passed around and Chautauquans were encouraged to take part in various songs conducted by Chautauqua Theatre Company Directer Steven Osgood.

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 The crowd reacts to  wide receiver Jake Richards (6) after he returns a punt 69 yards to the 1-yard line during the end of the first half at Lancaster High School in Lancaster, Ohio on August 9 2016. Lancaster Golden Gales played Cathedral High School, resulting in a much needed win, 55-16.

The crowd reacts to  wide receiver Jake Richards (6) after he returns a punt 69 yards to the 1-yard line during the end of the first half at Lancaster High School in Lancaster, Ohio on August 9 2016. Lancaster Golden Gales played Cathedral High School, resulting in a much needed win, 55-16.

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 Ann Hinkle, left, and Janet Hyland watch the solar eclipse at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 

Ann Hinkle, left, and Janet Hyland watch the solar eclipse at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 

 Chautauquans cross the street after attending a lecture at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 

Chautauquans cross the street after attending a lecture at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 

 Assistant Stage Manager’s Kaitlin Marsh, left, and Lauren Conrad prep the stage for an afternoon showing of Chautauqua Theatre Company's performance of "Noises Off" in Chautauqua, New York.

Assistant Stage Manager’s Kaitlin Marsh, left, and Lauren Conrad prep the stage for an afternoon showing of Chautauqua Theatre Company's performance of "Noises Off" in Chautauqua, New York.

 Mark Maloney, owner of Greenmoore Gardens, tosses a carrot to the side while harvesting fall produce in Port Matilda, PA.

Mark Maloney, owner of Greenmoore Gardens, tosses a carrot to the side while harvesting fall produce in Port Matilda, PA.

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 Ali Warren, a 20-year-old volunteer firefighter for the Alpha Fire Company, watches out the window of the fire engine as they arrive back to the station on South Atherton Street in State College, Pa. Warren, a State College local and self-published writer, has been volunteering for the company since she was 16. 

Ali Warren, a 20-year-old volunteer firefighter for the Alpha Fire Company, watches out the window of the fire engine as they arrive back to the station on South Atherton Street in State College, Pa. Warren, a State College local and self-published writer, has been volunteering for the company since she was 16. 

 Aaron Kline celebrates a win with Jason Cook as they play a form of poker for a pool of cigarettes at SEPTA Correctional Facility on November 18, 2016.  Chris Streeter, far left, ended up winning the pool of cigarettes, a total of 11 packs, and plans to use them to trade for a “pick and poke” (tattoo). 
 Nova Holland, left, and her sister Hana of Los Angeles, CA celebrate the fourth of July on Children’s Beach at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, NY.
 Jim Wert journeys during a Shamanistic ritual performed by Reverend Kate Rodger at Blueberry Gardens in Ashton, Maryland. 
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 John Peterson poses with a watermelon he just chopped in half in Clarendon, Pa. 
 Professor Bubblemaker, John Gradwhol, performs at the Pawpaw Festival in Albany, Ohio. 
 Ailey II Company Members Adrien Picaut and Jacoby Pruitt perform “Something Tangible” at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 
 Steve Holland harvests lake vegetation in the Chautauqua Lake. Holland harvests five days a week, for over eight hours a day, harvesting an average of 10 million pounds by the end of the summer. 
 From left, Kira Alsworth, Aliya Alsworth, Alejandro Toribio, Sofia Toribio, and Subha Alsworth play with bubbles in the Bestor Plaza Fountain at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 
 Dancers from the Charlotte Ballet Lexi Johnston and Josh Hall perform in a music and dance collaboration with musician Stelth Ng. A video documentary of the collaboration was filmed by Luke Saagi and his assistant Theodore James at the Chautauqua Bell Tower in Western New York. 
 Clarissa Savage, of Westboro, MA, listens to the weekly sermon at Sunday Morning Worship at the Chautauqua Institution. 
 Liam Batte, 4, stands shyly behind his dad, Jason Batte, as Jason talks to Cathy Chappel, who moved to the Lovare Homestead last winter with her daughter, Olivia Chappel, 17. Cathy is a remote professor at Ohio State University and homeschools Olivia. The Bates and the Chappels live in a tiny house community located in De Graff, Ohio. Lovare Homestead is a group based farm and living acreage for four tiny homes on 7 acres of land. The community is completely off the grid and focuses on a common purpose that involves concepts such as sustainability, ecology, self-sufficiency, recycling, composting and farming.
 Bud Horne, 92, talks to his friend Carl Pegels, 85, after both men ran The Old First Night Run/Walk at the Chautauqua Institution.  
 Hana Pratt, 6, helps build a small lake for her Barbies with Maddie Hall, 7, at the Chautauqua Institution in Western NY. It was the first time that the two had been on a “beach”, as well as their first time they have visited Chautauqua. The girls, both from Husdson, Ohio, are visiting the grounds for a week with their families. 
 Jazzlyn Boyd kisses her bunny at River Road Rabbit Rescue in Athens, Ohio. 
 Angel Rodriguez poses for a portrait at the Athenaeum Hotel in Chautauqua, New York.
 Jonathan Bull, Technical Director at the Chautauqua Institution Scene Shop, works on the set of Romeo & Juliet.
 Richard Heitzenrater and Joyce Olson take part in Library Day on the steps of Smith Memorial Library in Chautauqua, New York, Kazoos were passed around and Chautauquans were encouraged to take part in various songs conducted by Chautauqua Theatre Company Directer Steven Osgood.
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 The crowd reacts to  wide receiver Jake Richards (6) after he returns a punt 69 yards to the 1-yard line during the end of the first half at Lancaster High School in Lancaster, Ohio on August 9 2016. Lancaster Golden Gales played Cathedral High School, resulting in a much needed win, 55-16.
_MG_5804.jpg
 Ann Hinkle, left, and Janet Hyland watch the solar eclipse at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 
 Chautauquans cross the street after attending a lecture at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 
 Assistant Stage Manager’s Kaitlin Marsh, left, and Lauren Conrad prep the stage for an afternoon showing of Chautauqua Theatre Company's performance of "Noises Off" in Chautauqua, New York.
 Mark Maloney, owner of Greenmoore Gardens, tosses a carrot to the side while harvesting fall produce in Port Matilda, PA.
_B3A9354.jpg
 Ali Warren, a 20-year-old volunteer firefighter for the Alpha Fire Company, watches out the window of the fire engine as they arrive back to the station on South Atherton Street in State College, Pa. Warren, a State College local and self-published writer, has been volunteering for the company since she was 16. 

Aaron Kline celebrates a win with Jason Cook as they play a form of poker for a pool of cigarettes at SEPTA Correctional Facility on November 18, 2016.  Chris Streeter, far left, ended up winning the pool of cigarettes, a total of 11 packs, and plans to use them to trade for a “pick and poke” (tattoo). 

Nova Holland, left, and her sister Hana of Los Angeles, CA celebrate the fourth of July on Children’s Beach at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, NY.

Jim Wert journeys during a Shamanistic ritual performed by Reverend Kate Rodger at Blueberry Gardens in Ashton, Maryland. 

John Peterson poses with a watermelon he just chopped in half in Clarendon, Pa. 

Professor Bubblemaker, John Gradwhol, performs at the Pawpaw Festival in Albany, Ohio. 

Ailey II Company Members Adrien Picaut and Jacoby Pruitt perform “Something Tangible” at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 

Steve Holland harvests lake vegetation in the Chautauqua Lake. Holland harvests five days a week, for over eight hours a day, harvesting an average of 10 million pounds by the end of the summer. 

From left, Kira Alsworth, Aliya Alsworth, Alejandro Toribio, Sofia Toribio, and Subha Alsworth play with bubbles in the Bestor Plaza Fountain at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 

Dancers from the Charlotte Ballet Lexi Johnston and Josh Hall perform in a music and dance collaboration with musician Stelth Ng. A video documentary of the collaboration was filmed by Luke Saagi and his assistant Theodore James at the Chautauqua Bell Tower in Western New York. 

Clarissa Savage, of Westboro, MA, listens to the weekly sermon at Sunday Morning Worship at the Chautauqua Institution. 

Liam Batte, 4, stands shyly behind his dad, Jason Batte, as Jason talks to Cathy Chappel, who moved to the Lovare Homestead last winter with her daughter, Olivia Chappel, 17. Cathy is a remote professor at Ohio State University and homeschools Olivia. The Bates and the Chappels live in a tiny house community located in De Graff, Ohio. Lovare Homestead is a group based farm and living acreage for four tiny homes on 7 acres of land. The community is completely off the grid and focuses on a common purpose that involves concepts such as sustainability, ecology, self-sufficiency, recycling, composting and farming.

Bud Horne, 92, talks to his friend Carl Pegels, 85, after both men ran The Old First Night Run/Walk at the Chautauqua Institution.  

Hana Pratt, 6, helps build a small lake for her Barbies with Maddie Hall, 7, at the Chautauqua Institution in Western NY. It was the first time that the two had been on a “beach”, as well as their first time they have visited Chautauqua. The girls, both from Husdson, Ohio, are visiting the grounds for a week with their families. 

Jazzlyn Boyd kisses her bunny at River Road Rabbit Rescue in Athens, Ohio. 

Angel Rodriguez poses for a portrait at the Athenaeum Hotel in Chautauqua, New York.

Jonathan Bull, Technical Director at the Chautauqua Institution Scene Shop, works on the set of Romeo & Juliet.

Richard Heitzenrater and Joyce Olson take part in Library Day on the steps of Smith Memorial Library in Chautauqua, New York, Kazoos were passed around and Chautauquans were encouraged to take part in various songs conducted by Chautauqua Theatre Company Directer Steven Osgood.

The crowd reacts to  wide receiver Jake Richards (6) after he returns a punt 69 yards to the 1-yard line during the end of the first half at Lancaster High School in Lancaster, Ohio on August 9 2016. Lancaster Golden Gales played Cathedral High School, resulting in a much needed win, 55-16.

Ann Hinkle, left, and Janet Hyland watch the solar eclipse at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 

Chautauquans cross the street after attending a lecture at the Chautauqua Institution in Western New York. 

Assistant Stage Manager’s Kaitlin Marsh, left, and Lauren Conrad prep the stage for an afternoon showing of Chautauqua Theatre Company's performance of "Noises Off" in Chautauqua, New York.

Mark Maloney, owner of Greenmoore Gardens, tosses a carrot to the side while harvesting fall produce in Port Matilda, PA.

Ali Warren, a 20-year-old volunteer firefighter for the Alpha Fire Company, watches out the window of the fire engine as they arrive back to the station on South Atherton Street in State College, Pa. Warren, a State College local and self-published writer, has been volunteering for the company since she was 16. 

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