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their dream house, it wasn’t the ideal time to meet the neighbors. It was April of 2020, and Austin, like much of the world, was under stay-at-home orders. But the couple soon discovered that their house was a point of connection. People walking by could see into the office where Sherry and Anthony take turns working, and where their dog, Bo, keeps an eye on the street. Sherry hung a poster by artist Nicole Lavelle that could be seen through the front window—“i can’t do this but i’m doing it anyway,” it says—and it struck a chord. Neighbors waved and stopped to chat from a distance. “Now

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