Category Archives: Americas
View from ground floor looking up in City Hall, Milwaukee, Wis.
At the counter of a liquor store in Jersey City, NJ.
In the Summer of 1998, my dad and I packed our bags, hopped into his maroon Ford Taurus, and drove from Madison, Wisconsin to New York so that I could interview for an internship with the Late Show With David … Continue reading
If you travel enough you’ve probably seen all manner of airports. There are the behemoths, like New York’s Kennedy, London’s Heathrow, or Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson that function as cities unto themselves and take up God knows how many acres of real … Continue reading
Pittsburgh looks like a giant playset. Its skyscraping downtown is surrounded by the bluffs of the Allegheny Plateau, into, out of, through, and astride which you will see all manner of transportation. Auto viaducts are embedded in these bluffs, with … Continue reading
1. For a tourist trap, Waikiki is pretty chill. It’s packed with people and chain stores, but as tourist traps go, Waikiki – Honolulu’s central beach and hotel area – is about as easy-going a place as you’ll find. People … Continue reading
Your eyes do not deceive you, dear reader. Right now you can book a round trip ticket on Hawaiian Airlines, February 27 – March 6, nonstop from JFK to Honolulu, for $365. That’s three hundred and sixty five dollars. I’ve … Continue reading
From Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Hawaii.
In Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, outside Santa Cruz, California.