- Here's a fascinating article on the future of Seattle's Industrial Utpopia team!
- We didn't talk about them here, but remember the WTO Protests? They play apart in this whole thing as well.
- For more information about Seattle History, I recommend this site.
- Our Musical Interludes this week are by a local Seattle band, Land of Pines, thanks guys!
Let us know what you think of this funky outtakes episode
This week, Tim and Kathryn discover how weird architects are!
- We can't emphasize how much we love our New Theme by Blammos! We implore you to check them out.
Heron of Alexandria... Alexandria of Heron... Poe-tay-toe, Poe-tah-toe. What really matters is that he made some very impressive robots.
This week, it's back to the city. Minneapolis Specifically. Sorry St. Paul. We still love you anyway. This is another longer one! Stay with us.
- In case you live under a radio land rock, don't feel bad! Most of us do. RadioLab. This American Life.
- Kathryn retracts her statement about General Mills & Pillsburry. Croissants/Cheerios forever.
- Tim was right. There was nothing out west way back in the day. Nothing at all. (Grand Canyon, Rocky Mountains, Yosemite, Sequoias)
- Kathryn has committed the logical fallacy of ignoratio elenchi in her appeal to the natural wonders of the Western US as a means of disproving Tim's objectively true point that the population and economic centers of the US resided east of the Mississippi in the 1800s. Please note.
- Tim has committed the social faux pas of Doubebagi Correctingsi. Please note.
- Kathryn stinks. Write it down.
- In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theater
- Fringe Festival
- "What's the skywalk?" you say?
- A descriptive editorial discussing the Somali population in Minneapolis
- Minneapolis was ranked the gayest city in America by Advocate.com. How about that?
- Do you want to compare loads of employment and labor data from Minneapolis / St. Paul with loads of employment and labor data from various other metros around the US? Yes, you do. Of course you do.
- This is also where we learned that Minneapolis is the third most literate city in the US (based on a number of factors, including libraries, bookstores, and newspaper readership).
- An awesome New York Times article from 1890: "Fighting Over The Census - St. Paul Jealous of Minneapolis and Charges Fraud". Those were the days...
- A report filed for the Minnesota Historical Society, Archeology of the Central Minneapolis Riverfront. Way more interesting than it sounds! Also, how could you ever get enough Scott F. Anfinson?
- A graph of flour production, lumber productionand population from the Scott F. Anfinson report. Lumber drops off really sharply on 1920, but we just can't figure out why!