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Trevor Meers

Editorial Content Director Trevor Meers spends most of his time scheming ways to escape the office in search of more food, adventures and interesting people.

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Even in this era of Google Reader and text alerts blasting headlines at us throughout the day, you still sometimes get your news via your parents...
With the Olympics in Sochi underway, Americans are in the midst of their two-week obsession with sports they generally forget about for the...
We all know the perils of messing with a person’s chili recipe. Almost everyone has their personal take on the dish, and it’s best not to...
Can you remember your first trip to a library? Well, I can’t quite place mine either. But I easily recall the excitement of walking out with a...
The February morning in South Dakota’s Black Hills dawned clear and cold. I had two options for the day: Peer into a hole on Pactola Lake...
January is almost half gone, and the same thing might be said for most of your New Year’s resolutions. (It gets easier to find an available...
Every once in a while, you run into someone who genuinely looks at the year’s weather from the old perspective of “Nine months of...
This week, many of us will be back in the homes we grew up in, maybe even the same worn-out bed under the faded sports posters our parents never got...
Astronomy probably isn’t high on your list of daily concerns. But one celestial date tends to stick in the heads of those who live anywhere in...
A lot of us these days are curious not just about what we eat, but about who produces it. Farmers markets are like a family reunion where we get...
Mel Tormé and Bing Crosby have been looping on the 24-hour Christmas radio station for couple of weeks now. Santa has already shuttled a...
If you’ve never considered ducks as art, you should spend a little time with the work of Randy Clarke. Like any good artist or singer or chef,...
You have to be careful about asking a woodworker on the North Dakota-Minnesota border to do a little project for you. Up here, winters are long and...
When’s the last time you got emotional over a building? Not what happened there, like when you pass the church that hosted your wedding or the...
This, my first invitation to go gleaning, came in an e-mail that said, “You're welcome to come to the farm to glean by appointment....

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