Features Glass becomes pliable at 2,200 degrees and hardens quickly as it cools into its new shape. Above, glass artist and Appalachian Center for Craft graduate Lyla Nelson molds a piece as it cools. She now has her own glassblowing studio in Pennsylvania.


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Where’s our broadband? Hi, David, I thoroughly enjoyed your editorial about the electrification of rural Texas…