Month: May 2018

  • The Unplanned Obsolescence of the American City

    We’re drawn to groups like gnats, filings to a magnet, to streets, to walls, to cities for protection, propagation, prosperity. An ancient urge that transformed tribes to kingdoms, pummeled earth to towers, sectioned sky. And all was well, and grew, was grown, did grow seemingly without limit, eternal, unyielding but for spoilage wreaked by┬áconflict and […]