Posts Tagged ‘Urban Issues’

Hats Off to Hazen

After reading so many accounts over the past two years of how we are in ” uncharted waters ” on the economic front, I decided to search the intertubes and other media for eras in our history that bear any resemblance to our current condition, and perhaps some lessons we may derive. The 1890′s was [...]

new, but not improved a whole lot

Here in Portland, a city known for its forward thinking urbanistically, successful and growing mass transit system, and famous rejection of proposed and existing freeways in favor of parks and light rail, is in the process of “improving” its light rail and bus hub in downtown by throwing them all together, along with a “business” [...]