The inside of the Palace of Gold is relatively dark, although chandeliers across the ceiling help illuminate it, and sunlight spills in through the elaborate stained glass windows. Photo by Meliha Anthony.

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On a busy fall morning, cars patiently await service at Java Joint. Photo by Beth Brown.

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Inaoka started doing origami in elementary school, when his grandparents would send him origami materials from Japan. Photo by Meliha Anthony.

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Students’ clay pottery pieces sit atop the kiln during the firing. Raku is a specific type of firing where pottery is removed from the hot kiln and left to cool in the open, outside air. Photo by Meliha Anthony.

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