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Lions Roar : July 2014
Through Third and fourTh grade, I had a recurring fantasy, though I thought of it as a project. Night after night, sur- rounded by my retinue of stuffed animals, I’d lie awake elaborat- ing and refining. No dreams of tree houses for me, no plans of revenge on my older brother. Just my nightly planning for the World Festival. Everybody in the world would be there. Everybody. Vast por- tions of the Earth would be left uninhabited: Boston, New York City, China. No one on any of the playgrounds. No one in any of the stores. No cars on the highways. No nightly news. No school. No piano lessons. Just every house in every town waiting for the people to come back, for life to be filled back in. But filled back in with something new, something that made everything make sense. IllustratIoNBYtomIum The Biggest Party Ever As a child, howard axelrod dreamed of a festival so big that everyone in the world attended. Now he realizes that it’s been happening all along.