Posts tagged "city"
Sherlock Holmes’s Adventures of the Empty House were his return. For me and we after almost a dozen years lived in Chicago, the empty-ish house it is a parting of the ways with the South Loop and with the wider City of Chicago. No longer will I contact my Alderman Pat Dowell on behalf of... Read more »
Green Metropolis—Why Living Smaller, Living Closer, and Driving Less are the Keys to Sustainability, is a title on steroids for David Owen’s counter-intuitive proposition that city dwellers are more environmentally benign than those living in suburbia and exurbia. Congested cities more environmentally benign than the bucolic countryside? Blasphemy, I hear my country-living,Walden Pondloving siblings as... Read more »
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