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Good things (and zines) come to those who wait

What St. Lucia taught me: You can't force tradition, even at Christmas

Who built the moontowers?

Curious about starting a Substack?

Shattered glass, not shattered hope

Mermaiding was his idea, I promise

How does your hobby heal you?

'I let him wonder where I was.'

This 'art supply thrift store' is a first-rate idea built on second-hand supplies

How do you weave ancestry into a workplace?

The worth of a well-check

I'm not a Parakeet, but I always wanted to be one

Thirty-eight percent

Can someone please give Barbie a hamburger?

Learning First American history, from First Americans, at new Oklahoma City cultural center

Whose story will go on?

The only cure for homesickness? Fanta Limón

How a cotton factory (and the G.I. Bill) forever changed San Miguel de Allende

40 days, 40 nights, 40 winks and 40 years

The glory of being a 'happily contaminated' American

The permanent impermanence of a broken foot

Even Lilliputian dreams are worth dreaming

25,000 Alhambra tours and counting

Why learning a language is like raising a pet

Will AI make my job obsolete? Not in Dalí's world

Where should I send your zine?

What can a $720M mobility bond buy? A new sidewalk and a lot of laughter

Maybe that wasn't the last letter home

Where the Sweden story starts

Before I forget...

There's always enough time for the right work

Slowing down, getting small

An Austinite's guide to Nashville

Every trip to Nashville should start here

I'll never forget this shade of Pretty Punch pink

Buttermilk and Crackers: Catching Riders in the Sky and Ricky Skaggs at the Grand Ole Opry

I'm making a zine!

Taking the architect’s view

They traffic in delight: Meet Mel and Dave

We don't have power until everyone has power

The missing link: A birthday gift for the ages

How ‘the weird New Yorkers’ won over (and helped incorporate) one small Texas town

Dog care as ancestral healing: Hear me out

From the archives: The unbelievable life of one very old dog