A lot of my career as a writer has associated putting a little notebook and smartphone in my pocket and stepping out the front door to stroll about and search at issues. For quite a few decades (five, but who’s counting?) I wrote a neighborhood column called The Stroll based mainly on this concept.
I initially pitched it to my editor since the topic issue appeared inexhaustible. I’d experience no scarcity of attention-grabbing issues in the developed and natural natural environment, ideal? Any road, park, or developing in the globe has a tale to convey to.
But what do you do when you’ve exhumed that tale, verified the previous streetcar route, mentioned just about every roundabout, parklet, historic marker, and vinyl sticker graffito? Occasionally you’re observing the exact same streets, parks, and structures just about every day. Or to set it one more way…how did I manage to discover new