Chicago’s Radio Flyer Keeps Building A Better Wagon, But ‘most Of What We Do Fails’

Fast forward to the 1950s, when Sputnik and “I Love Lucy” came on the scene. It was during this time, when fear of communism loomed, that the little red wagon cemented its status as an American icon. The massive art deco structure housed a kiosk, inside of which Anna helped work a mini assembly line… Continue reading Chicago’s Radio Flyer Keeps Building A Better Wagon, But ‘most Of What We Do Fails’

Chicago’s Radio Flyer Keeps Building A Better Wagon, But ‘most Of What We Do Fails’

Radio Flyer offers accessories as well as a fun spin on the original wagon design. According to the Radio Flyer website, the company started over 100 years ago in the Windy City of Chicago. Antonio Pasin, who was originally from Italy, immigrated to the United States and became the founder of the company. He first… Continue reading Chicago’s Radio Flyer Keeps Building A Better Wagon, But ‘most Of What We Do Fails’

Chicago’s Radio Flyer Keeps Building A Better Wagon, But ‘most Of What We Do Fails’

Riverfront Park in Spokane, Washington features a large red wagon that doubles as a playground slide. The interactive sculpture was sculpted by Ken Spiering and installed in 1989. KJ radio flyer wagon Callihan is a writer for The Spruce who has created product reviews and shopping guides for sites like Knoji, Finfrock Marketing, CNET, AAA… Continue reading Chicago’s Radio Flyer Keeps Building A Better Wagon, But ‘most Of What We Do Fails’