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Tag Archives: International
Buford, Wyoming auctioned off to foreign bidders; after 30 years, Population: 1 retires to CO (Friday, April 6, 2012)
Buford is a landmark in I-80 between Cheyenne and Laramie. The still-standing billboard features former owner Don Sammons with a beard and cap, boasting a population of one and claiming to be America’s smallest town. (It’s technically not, for a … Continue reading
This was the first piece I filed for the BBC/Public Radio International show “The World.” Some foreign embassies across Washington, DC were falling into disrepair. Wealthier countries had lovely diplomatic offices, many of which hosted thriving social scenes. But poorer … Continue reading