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The Time Draws Near

Fun fact: I used to be scared of cities.  Seriously.

Funner fact: I’m not any more. 570 more words

Shenanigans And Adventures

Landscape Architecture in the News Highlights (March 16 – 31)

New City Design Can Help Reclaim a Lost Way of Life – China Daily, 3/18/15
“When landscape architect Sean O’Malley finds himself on a site for the first time, he looks for what stands out, what defines the place. 270 more words

Landscape Architecture

The best (and cheapest) places in the world for coworking

They’re impeccably hip, located in buzzing, central locations a stone’s throw from a (fair trade) coffeeshop. And they attract interesting, often high-profile people: Etsy founder Chris Maguire, Brainpicker’s Maria Popova, and Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes… 1,030 more words

Cities a Place of Human Flourishing

Can cities be places where people flourish? Before we can answer this question we need to define what we understand by human flourishing. The UN predict that by 2050, two-thirds of the world’s population (around 6.4 billion people with the world’s population at approximately 9.6 billion) will be living in cities. 963 more words

Travel Tuesday Playlist #1

On some Tuesdays I will be creating Travel Tuesday playlists which will usually include songs about cities, travel and alike topics. These posts will always include photo collages of the song subjects for some further travel inspiration. 15 more words

Travel

Denver by Street Art

I thought I’d be a little different this time. The time I spent in Denver I’ve noticed it has a large amount of street art or whatever you choose to call it. 310 more words

Travel

New Bus Service From Dallas To Houston Promises To Be 'Luxurious'

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Travel between two of Texas biggest cities will never be the same starting next month.

Luxury and bus are two words that don’t often go together, but this bus looks like the first class cabin of a jumbo jet. 257 more words

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