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Seattle Gum Wall: An Unsanitary Attraction

by Mary Jo Manzanares on July 23, 2012

Seattle Gum Wall

Chewing gum.  On the wall.  That’s what the Seattle Gum Wall is all about.  It might seem like it’s more complicated that than, but that’s all it is – a wall full of chewing gum, accumulated over nearly a decade. The Gum Wall is located in Post Alley at the Pike Place Market, right outside […]

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The long stretches of desolate road and wide-open spaces of the Wild West have been luring the curious, the dreamers, and the nature enthusiasts since nearly the birth of America. Each summer baby boomers and the retired escape the ordinary by hitting the road to experience the open frontiers—but most likely they’ll pull over for […]

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What do thousands of beer cans and a religious dedication to orange juice have in common? A visit to Houston, Texas, is in order to discover the connection. Two men with two different artistic expressions living in two separate neighborhoods, sharing one common goal: to create a shrine to their favorite beverage. Houston’s art scene […]

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