While I was turning on the camera I saw this amazing sneaker.
The city lets artists paint the benches on the downtown pedestrian mall.
When Franklin Roosevelt promised Americans a Nude Eel, they were perplexed and a little frightened.
While I waited to update my credentials, I tried to decide if I liked this contemporary federal building or not.
Apparently the football stadium is the nexus of all sorts of good-doing: there are plans to build a seating area for child patients from the university hospital.
A can of Manwich boasts a full serving of vegetables.
A story on NPR about research into motivating teachers got my attention. Researchers experimented with offering Chicago-area teachers different types of bonuses to see how they affected student performance (as measured by test scores).
We have a small package of fresh blueberries in the fridge. Except upon closer inspection they are not blueberries.
If you think time travel stories are confusing, try watching the Back to the Future trilogy out of order.
While one hummingbird browsed the flowers, another suddenly flew in and attacked it.
Photos from my bicycle ride to Hills.
Demolition of a downtown building revealed this mural on the adjacent building.
During presidential election years the news media treats us to repeated reminders about why we should care about Florida.
I’ve rarely seen such an obvious explanation why the Midwest is called fly-over country.
Fudge Mint Day: a delicious accounting of our sins.
This looks like a fun piece of equipment.
The Iowa State vs. Iowa football game is a big deal inside the Iowa amateur sports micro-verse.
This is from a few weeks ago, a double rainbow as seen from our car window at 60-plus m.p.h.
PBS and CBS cameras kept showing a guy in a lavender shirt when the speakers mentioned gay rights issues.
I wish the President had said more about “the hard and frustrating but necessary work of self-government.”