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Parking in Chicago

I grew up in the suburbs, in a world where parking was everywhere ample and free.  Homes came with garages that could hold two or three cars and a driveway that could accommodate six or more.  1,453 more words

Chicago

Music Piece of Fucking Lettuce

Not in the writing mood, but I’m the jiving mood, yeah yeah.

Porno – Arcade Fire

At this rate, I will never stop listening to Arcade Fire. 276 more words

Music

The New York Times Rates Indianapolis 34th Out of 52 For Places To Go In 2014!

34. Indianapolis
In the land of cars, cycling (and culture) get the limelight!
An urban cycling model has arrived in Indianapolis: the new $63 million, eight-mile bike-friendly Indy Cultural Trail. 103 more words

Indianapolis Area

CHANGE IS AS COMFORTABLE AS A CACTUS UP YOUR ASS


I hate change. And yet I crave it. I’m a creature of habit, but I get uncomfortable and frustrated when my life becomes stagnant. Living in the suburbs of Southern California was supposed to be temporary. 428 more words

Motherhood

Pram

by Chris Buchanan
Poetry, 2013
From the collection Growing Up Too Fast
Published in the Live From Worktown 2014 anthology

A bakery, takeaway, charity shop, 149 more words

Poetry

the weekend

This weekend:

high school football; baby shower for an old friend; a reunion with another old friend; Longhorn football at the Wesley House; driving home at 6am; 59 more words

Naperthrill

When you’re young, you generally avoid the suburbs as you do mom jeans, fanny packs and olives. (The last one may just be a personal preference). 658 more words

Travel