[Summer edition.]Hello, friends! How is summer going for you? Too fast? Same here. Less time on the internet (other than work), and more time outside is my motto for this season. For those times when you want something to read, I’ve been gathering good links. Here are some that I’ve found lately:
- A new podcast, Brave State Vermont, talks about Vermont’s marble and concrete sculptures at interstate rest areas.
- This election brings up a lot of arguments and tension in society. One thing cannot be denied: white, male privilege is a real thing.
- Dollar General: how did it overtake Vermont so quickly? Moral of the story: zoning and regulations, people.
What have you been reading lately? Any good preservation adventures? Hope you have a fabulous, fun weekend!
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It is very expensive your coffee on the surface of concrete, it messes nature, it’s ugly, and it’s not very productive, but of course it saves a lot of money to large companies is a shame …!!!
Good collection of articles! Particularly interested in the rural America one. I’ve seen so many disappearing towns like Fossil, OR. Hope it’s a problem we can work on!
Agreed! It seems like cities have it easier than rural towns. More opportunities, more resources, more potential to adjust. I’ve become interested in rural preservation and rehabilitation (even though I’d rather live in the city!)
You just ruined the site putting Obama on here. I was enjoying your pics and discussion until now.
Judy, I respect your opinion. The great thing about democracy is that we can all have different opinions. Did you click the article? It was about President Obama supporting feminism and his daughters.
Thanks, Kaitlin. Great articles.
Thanks, Paula! Glad you liked them. 🙂