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A Complete Guide to Urban Exploration

Sunday, December 21st, 2008

photo by Jon Haeber

We live in a post-industrial world, and our connection to the modes of production, our infrastructure, and the cogs of society is becoming more and more disembodied from day-to-day life. This guide is meant to be an introduction to one of the fastest growing hobbies our modern time: Urban Exploration.
Why?

The definition of [...]

Nooksack: A Washington Town Left to Decay

Tuesday, June 17th, 2008

On the long road trips I took as a kid, my Father had this habit of pointing out the window at any dilapidated old barn we passed, saying, “Now that’s the house I’m going to buy for you when you’re all grown up.”
These days, I live in a city apartment, and I’m just waiting for [...]

Frank Lloyd Wright and His Forgotten Larkin Building

Saturday, June 7th, 2008

It’s a Saturday. Such an excellent day for documentary films. Of course, if I ever catch myself watching documentary films on Friday, Ganesh forbid, I will have to admit that my soul forever rests in the land of nerdom.
But it’s a Saturday. And a Saturday is a perfectly acceptable day for an edifying documentary film [...]

 
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