How our expectations around food, music, and woodworking have reshaped what it means to be good at something
Does frequency and repetition change our view of billboards?  And, would you take an 11 hour bus trip if you could do it in style?
What the Vacation Kingdom can teach us about cities, suburbs, density, and transit.
Working wherever, parallel bridges, and making sense of Kansas
Some people sleep in a van for freedom, others have no choice.
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What's the deal with the shoe?  Plus more ghosts of retail and restaurant past.
We seem to agree that some buildings are worth preserving, but what about big box stores and fast food restaurants?
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Who watches that TV, what was that motel, and what's hiding in our food?
Statistics paint one picture of the state, but it's not the place I encountered
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An Amish buggy ride, Amish dairy products, and perspective on native grasses
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Celebrating things that do two things relatively well, even if they're not great at any one thing.
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Loaning out movies, following up on aging stars, and a quick exploration of transit in North America.