Monthly Archives: February 2012

More of this please

I had lunch today at a sweet little cafe. Lunch was delicious, and due to the anomalous incredible weather (where’s the rain?), sat on the sidewalk and watched the world go by. The sidewalk traffic was mostly kids walking home … Continue reading

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Preservation vs. Obstruction

A few interesting pieces on the preservation movement in recent days. Here’s Matthew Yglasias discussing how the preservation status is being used to block a transit project in Washington, D.C. Apparently this qualifies as a landmark. Within the article referenced … Continue reading

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Really Narrow Streets

…Are all we need to fulfill our desire for livable, human scaled towns and cities. This is the essence of the argument made by Nathan Lewis, an economist who also writes very eloquently about Cities. This post┬áby Mr. Lewis is … Continue reading

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