Signs are like carnival barkers. They call out hey, over here! Look this way! Come here, come inside, come spend your money! Signs never let up. But we ignore them until we give in to their siren call.
When humans are banned from driving and automation has taken over, tires will still be sold. Rebels who keep hold of their wheels will buy used tires on the black market. Perhaps at the Double J. Continue reading Double J Tire Center
Passengers stare. They can’t help it. Devoid of expression, they stare ahead at the seat in front, or down at their phone, or into a book, pondering who knows what. Continue reading Hidden People
In St. Johns and Milwaukie, at each end of the 75 line, two barbershops are keeping the heritage of classic haircuts and shaves alive. In a strange twist, they have a hilarious connection that goes back in time. Continue reading Wayne’s and Anvil Barbershops