Chapel Hill: Opinion

August 19, 2014 12:00 AM

Mary Parker Sonis: Bearing witness

Every pocket, cubby and hideaway of my suburban RAV4 was packed with tins, vials and pump bottles of insect repellant, and we’re not talking the pleasant “family spring garden” scent, we’re talking the odorous, DEET-heavy stuff that clings to clothing long after the vacation is a distant memory.

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