A therapist talks about ego, blind faith, and a hill in southeast Minnesota.
A nonprofit worker talks about good penmanship, Chinese church, and what to do when you can’t leave your hometown behind.
It’s amazing how hard it is for me to not work.
A kombucha brewer talks about cargo cults, Heidegger’s philosophy, and how to succeed as an entrepreneur.
A podcaster talks about anonymity, ASMR, and when it’s safe to tell a story.
A farmer talks about about the priesthood, the throat chakra, and learning to let go.
A photojournalist talks about being poor in a rich neighborhood, friendship with the opposite sex, and how to make a DJ gig less boring.
I remember when this place was a humble exemplar of modular 1970s granola-go-go aesthetic: Read more