Could The Sharing Economy Bring Back Hitchhiking?

Do only sociopaths hitch?

The “Walking Toward Manhood” Rite of Passage

A glimpse at the ancient tradition of the ‘walkabout’ as practiced today, in which some young men sing to survive and others ‘walk to listen.’

Scared Straight

Steve Jaeger lives to tell a tale of hitchhiking in the Age of Aquarius.

17 Things You Can Learn From Traveling

Humans are friendly and honest the vast majority of the time. Taxi drivers outside airports are the exception.

Hitchhiking Your Way to Self Awareness

Steven Axelrod shares his experiences hitchhiking, from the first time he stuck his thumb out to the stories and discoveries that followed.

How I Learned to Quit Hitch Hiking

You never know when two escaped convicts are gonna pick you up and try to teach you a lesson.

Guestpost #68: Josef Addleman – Ten things I've learned from teaching English as a foreign language

Bio: For the past five years, Josef Addleman has been a Toronto-based improviser, musician, and teacher. Before that, he spent two years living in rural Japan. As a day job, he teaches an accent-reduction course to classes of mostly Japanese and Korean students. He improvises with Impatient Theatre Company and Opening Night Theatre, and performs […]