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Desert Life Makeover: $4,250 | Dispatches from the Imperial Valley White Sheet

By     |    Feb 1, 2012
Posted in: California, Local News Dispatch     |    3 Comments

In New Mexico, people either lived in a ramshackle shanty or a modern(ish) trailer (located next to a bombed-out older model melting into the ground); in Bisbee, Arizona, you could stay in a vintage Airstream; in Apache Junction, entire neighborhoods were made up of trailers in varying states of permanence; in Lake Havasu, houses came equipped with an RV garage; in Yuma, snowbirds spend winters boondocking on the Bureau of Land Management land […]

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Poochie Wants Pumpkin | Dispatches From Terre Haute, IN

By     |    Oct 27, 2011
Posted in: Food, Indiana, Local News Dispatch     |    1 Comment

Ultra-local papers are the best. They are a window into the soul of a town and its residents. This dispatch comes from The Weekly Crust of Terre Haute, IN. We grabbed a copy while eating at Wise Pies Pizza & Subs (it’s their paper).   Rocky Wants a Slate Oven Too Wise Pies now has a slate oven equipped pizza truck.  The first outing was during Terre Haute’s Blues Fest.  One of their […]

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Paul, concerned temporary citizen of Watkins Glen, NY

Golden Retriever: Retrieved | Dispatches From Watkins Glen, NY

By     |    Oct 6, 2011
Posted in: Local News Dispatch, New York     |    No Comments

Ultra-local papers are the best. They are a window into the soul of a town and its residents. Our first dispatch comes from The Daily News (no website, sorry) of Watkins Glen, NY. We grabbed a copy while eating at Glen Mountain Market and Bakery.   No Thursday Wing Night at Bleachers Sports Bar and Grill Sorry, there’s a private party tonight at Bleachers. Maybe stop at Valero for the […]

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