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Ukrainian Easter egg art preserves culture of nation under attack

CHICAGO — Maria Fedachtchin’s fingers trembled a bit as she etched the initially intricate strains of beeswax alongside the clean, unblemished shell of an egg cradled in her palm. She’s learning to style pysanky, the ornately adorned classic Easter eggs of Ukraine, in which the 60-yr-old was born and lived […]