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Tweet Someday I’m going to follow this ditch and find out precisely where it drains to the river. And you’re welcome to join me! Provided you can tell me where that’s at:
Tweet You know what doesn’t get enough love? Prairie Village’s island statuary. Well we’re going to do something about it — starting right now! Where’s this at, foo’s?
Tweet Sometimes if you just take a moment to look up, you’ll notice something you’ve never seen before:
Tweet A shout out to our oft-used-of-late stormwater system!
Tweet This springy scene submitted by a loyal reader seemed like just the thing to have people quacking at us about. So where’s this at, NEJCers?
Tweet Today, a rainy day-only sight in Prairie Village. Where’s this at?
Tweet This cool, damp weather is reminiscent of the English countryside. So we thought we’d try to find a similarly evocative image for this week’s puzzler:
Tweet Readers: Ask yourselves, “Where’s that at?”:
Tweet A new season is dawning, and to help the spring spirit bloom we’re going to spice up this week’s puzzler with a prize: Be the first to answer correctly ON THE SITE (not the Facebook page), and you’ll win four tickets to any showing of this weekend’s Peter Cottontail III at the Kauffman Center [...]
Tweet Walls are boring. We are soooooo over walls. But this wintry late winter weather has us feeling melancholy. So your “Where’s that at?” shot for the day is a li’l dreary:
Tweet Wall time! Where’s this at, ya’ll?
Tweet With the remnants of the snowstorms quickly melting away, we can return our focus to the issue most important to us all: pictures of walls. Where’s this at?
Tweet Okay, don’t panic! We haven’t abandoned our wildly popular “Where’s that at?” Wall Series. Just so relax! Okay?! It’s just that, what with the massive, massive, really, truly enormous piles of snow around the area, some people have gotten a li’l creative, and we figured we probably only have one chance to spotlight their [...]
Tweet “Pictures deface walls more often than they decorate them.” Wordsworth said that. He said that about walls. I have no idea what it means — sounds kind of like he doesn’t like graffiti, maybe? — but this is a weekly feature where we’re posting a picture of a local wall, so I thought it [...]
Tweet All in all, this is just another photo of limestone bricks in our “Where’s that at?” wall series:
Tweet Folks: Listen here. We try to refrain from patting ourselves on the back too frequently, but sometimes we look at ourselves in the mirror and say, “You know what? People just can’t this kind of coverage anywhere else. You’re doing a good thing.” Case in point: Our latest cycle of “Where’s that at?” weekly [...]
Tweet The smashing popularity of last week’s “Where’s that at?” wall photo prompted an irresistible wave of demands for the start of “Walls” series similar to the infamous “Pineapple Sequence” that dominated “Where’s that at?” for months in 2012. So, friends, get ready for week after week of wall photos:
Tweet I’ve been listening to a lot of Pink Floyd, lately. Which has got me thinking about walls. Which is why I took a picture of this wall. Where’s it at?!?!?
Tweet We visit the far reaches of northeast Johnson County for this week’s puzzler. Something smells good across the street…
Tweet Duck, duck, duck, duck…where’s that at!?
Tweet The start of a new year represents the end of one thing, and the beginning of another thing that’s very similar to the thing that just ended. Or something like that. Anyway, where’s this at?:
Tweet Okay, gang. The holidays are over. So now it’s time to hunker down and get back to the serious business that is…”Where’s that at?”!:
Tweet I’ve wanted to use the term “murder of crows” in a post for quite some time now. And here’s my chance: Where’s this murder of crows at?
Tweet Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat/ Now please, dear reader, won’t you tell me where’s that at?
Tweet ‘Tis the season of decorating trees. But can you tell me where these year-round artistic arbors can be found?