Lost in Penn Station

16-12-2017 3:00 PM | slate | 0 similar news

This month, Slate is republishing some of our favorite stories. Here's today's selection: Julia Turner's entire series on signs, from 2010, taught me a lot about the ways that structural problems within and between organizations affect customers; take the signage at Penn Station, which is confusing and bizarre largely because three different railroads can't agree with each other. (read more)


This article originally appeared on the Strategist. Finding the perfect holiday gift can be maddening—is this the color they’d want? Is it something they already have? Is it so last year?—but really, once you have a sense of a person’s taste, it’s not impossible. (read more)


Here’s one way to eat your feelings stemming from the 2016 presidential election. Two recipe books humorously take on the candidates and the election’s aftermath. (read more)


Alcohol-less, weed-infused wine promises to get you high without the hangover. Marijuana-infused Sauvignon Blanc, sold by Rebel Coast Winery in California, is here for getting you a liquid high. (read more)

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