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In addition to 13 stories (a baker’s dozen) of people turning ordinary into extraordinary, there’s also information about 150 festivals, contests/competitions, birth anniversaries of historic dullsters, and “National Days” that celebrate the ordinary.
Carhenge in Nebraska — automotive replica of Stonehenge — marvelous story of turning ordinary (old cars) into extraordinary (a significant tourist attraction)
Humorous road signs — photographed by musician on tour
Concertmaster of the Utah Symphony — the music is just a cover and a way to carry out her true passion of finding humorous road signs
Tiger Hood — golfing on the streets of New York City
American Gothicana — parodies of American Gothic
For 50 years, Stanford Professor Emerita of Art History, Wanda Corn, has been collecting parodies of Grant Woods’ American Gothic.
Calendar ends with a Happy Holidays page — Christmasy items from people in the calendar
Christmas jumper/sweater parodies of American Gothic from Iowa; football (soccer) stickers from Italy; cycling jerseys from the Netherlands; airsickness bags in Massachusetts; red rubbish bin in Hong Kong; Christmas tree decorated with over 100 miniature chairs in Georgia; EiBrot (egg bread) in Germany; postbox toppers by a yarnbomber in Wales
The baker’s dozen — glimpses of the 13 people in the calendar are on the back cover