Long Walks Were the Antidote to My Fear of Failure
The meditation of walking in a city is not as internal as that of hiking. You do not lose yourself in the silence; rather, you melt into the physical beat of observation.
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Legal Weed Might Be Getting Pedestrians Killed, Study Finds
Deaths on US roadways shot up in states where weed is legal in 2017—and dropped across the rest of the country.
Canadians Only Slightly Less Lazy Than Americans: Study
Even the Brits are in better shape than us!
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Robert Walser Turned Small Lives Into Incredible Fiction
An excerpt from 'Walks with Walser,' a revealing new book about the legendary Swiss writer.
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The Joys and Dangers of Walking While Black
We spoke to Garnette Cadogan, whose brilliant essay in 'The Fire This Time' shows how walking is yet another arena where a black person must tread carefully.
We Spoke to the Stoner Who Snapchatted for 24 Hours Straight While Walking Canada’s Longest Street
An idea that was birthed in pot smoke and ended in a baptism of sewage water. Solid Saturday.
Leslie's Diary Comics
Leslie Ponders the Joy of Walking in Today's Comic from Leslie Stein
"By walking you escape the very idea of identity, the temptation to be someone..."
Michael's Dad Tries to Help in This Week's Comic from Stephen Maurice Graham
"Stop being a let down and start being a get up and go."
Two Decades in Brooklyn by Hiroyuki Ito
Hiroyuki Ito captures everything from Koko the Killer Clown at Coney Island to anonymous morning commuters on the Q train in his new photobook, 'Brooklyn.'
Smug Brits Don't Deserve the Tube Strike
These workers are concerned with the extra shifts they'll have to work to run the Tube's new all-night service. But they should be grateful. A tired conductor could mean British bodies sizzling over a burning train carriage.