A Graveyard, and a Caretaker, for Victims of the Pulse Massacre

  Don Price‚Äôs workday begins in the old section of Greenwood Cemetery in Orlando. At 9:30 A.M., he pulls his red Dodge Ram pickup through the gates and drives counterclockwise along the roads that wind past the gravestones of nineteenth-century pioneers, war heroes, and former mayors. Networks of live oak branches loom overhead, Spanish moss(…)