Archive for September, 2011

growing

16Sep11

We’ve had bad luck with children; they’ve all grown up. Christopher Morley Flickr Photo by LadyDragonflyCC One great thing about community is sharing over time – sharing meals together, sharing news on the street, sharing advice, sharing as you and your family grow. My daughter, an only child has benefited from a friend and neighbor […]


I mentioned in my last post that our new neighborhood library was opening at the end of July. Going from a small 2,00 square foot facility to a brand new 10,000 square foot building. I was there yesterday for the fifth(?) time since it opened. The change in atmosphere is amazing. Our old library was […]


I mentioned in my last post that our new neighborhood library was opening at the end of July. Going from a small 2,00 square foot facility to a brand new 10,000 square foot building. I was there yesterday for the fifth(?) time since it opened. The change in atmosphere is amazing. Our old library was […]


On our way home from NYC 9/2010 2011 is three quarters done and I have stuck to my pledge this year not to attend any conferences. In the past five years I have attended at least one architecture conference per year and several of the years I attended two. I love the networking and professional […]


On our way home from NYC 9/2010 2011 is three quarters done and I have stuck to my pledge this year not to attend any conferences. In the past five years I have attended at least one architecture conference per year and several of the years I attended two. I love the networking and professional […]


On our way home from NYC 9/2010 2011 is three quarters done and I have stuck to my pledge this year not to attend any conferences. In the past five years I have attended at least one architecture conference per year and several of the years I attended two. I love the networking and professional […]


In my last post on gentrification I wrote about changes happening in the commercial area to the south of my neighborhood. To the north of my’hood, there are even bigger changes in the Bayview neighborhood of San Francisco. Photo by Eurofruit, on Flickr About 10 days ago, a new grocery store opened in southeast San […]


In my last post on gentrification I wrote about changes happening in the commercial area to the south of my neighborhood. To the north of my’hood, there are even bigger changes in the Bayview neighborhood of San Francisco. Photo by Eurofruit, on Flickr About 10 days ago, a new grocery store opened in southeast San […]