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For 350-odd days of the calendar year, the Washington High School building sits blank and boarded. All the ground-level windows are blocked by sheets of plywood, and all the exterior alcoves are walled in by chain-link fencing. "What are they doing with that place?" murmur nearby residents, and the neighborhood dog-walkers and soccer players who use the school’s surrounding lawn. Enter PICA, aka the Portl...

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