The New Yorker recently published a “daily shout” on Instagram called, How You Know You’ve Made It, by City. It is essentially a series on city stereotypes, and it’s pretty funny. Sorry Cleveland. If you can’t see the embed below, click here.
Picking a name for someone or something can be a daunting task. I have never had to name a newborn baby (though I’ve witnessed lots of people go through that process). But I am often involved in the naming of new buildings. Sometimes that process… Read More
I’ve written about Berlin many times before on this blog. It’s such a fascinating case study for me because of its history, its urban development patterns, and its famous techno scene. Last month, Nick Paumgarten wrote a piece in the New Yorker, called Berlin Nights,… Read More
The October issue of The New Yorker has an interesting piece called: Naked Cities – The death and life of urban America. I find the article ends up rambling a bit, but I like the idea presented right at the beginning. The idea that cities… Read More