- It rained this morning and I must say it feels good. More like a forest; less like the world's largest, most beautiful pile of kindling. 1 week ago
- RT @NextCityOrg: RT @kristallakis: Make cities, not war. nextcity.org/daily/entry/mi… http://t.co/B5hQ1IfbOc 2 weeks ago
- RT @CuratorJournal: Shiva Goes Home: Australia’s Prime Minister Returns Looted Kapoor Idols to India. buff.ly/1qyVCWM 3 weeks ago
- Documentation at a minimum. hyperallergic.com/147256/three-a… #heritageconservation 3 weeks ago
- RT @FrankLynchBkln: Today's @WorkingHarbor tour was full of great shipping sights. Check them out for tugboat races tomorrow! http://t.co/U… 1 month ago
Monthly Archives: March 2011
On Monday I start my internship at the Lefferts Historic House in Prospect Park. I am excited but I would probably be more excited if I knew for certain that I was getting paid. On the upside, my summer will … Continue reading
Why couldn’t this job be open next year instead? I will be excellently qualified for it next year. Damn it. It satisfies all my requirements for a “real” job: 1. Gets me out of New York City but not too … Continue reading
The plan: have a little dinner, see some of this and then enjoy a little live music. Here is hoping that the weather and my studies do not interfere.
It is Spring Break now and instead of studying for my classes today I have been spending far too much time watching video of the earthquake and tsunami damage in Japan. The video showing the destruction of people’s homes and … Continue reading
Making Sense of Amtrak’s Vision from The Transport Politic. Posted with WordPress for BlackBerry.
There has been a lot of back and forth on the internet lately with regard to bike lanes mostly due to the high percentage of idiocy of the New York Times article on Sadik-Kahn and the controversy over the dedicated … Continue reading