“Development without displacement.”
For the sake of walkability, please.Read more "Tech Companies: Count My Steps To Make Walking Directions Better"
Until recently, one of the (many) jobs I held was that of a construction worker, specifically installing shelves in libraries. It was not a very fun or rewarding job (as you can imagine) but it did give me the opportunity to see a lot of different areas in the Atlanta region, from up in Alpharetta […]Read more "“Building for the Future,” One Library At A Time"
A little background: I spent 2014 writing for a website based in London called “The Urban Times,” where I reported and wrote on environmental issues, technology, urban development, international policy, and current events. I also dabbled in more editorial styles of writing. Unfortunately, “The Urban Times” shuttered in December 2014 and the site finally went […]Read more "Flashback: The Urban/Suburban Divide As Seen Through Cafés"
Big days, indeed.Read more "Big Days And A Dark Age Ahead"
In an attempt to market to Millennials, MARTA’s on Instagram. To find out if it’s working, I sat down with MARTA’s marketing team and the photographer shooting-and living-their marketing campaign.Read more "The Man Behind MARTA’s Lens"
Let’s be honest.Read more "Does Atlanta Really Need 68 Miles of Streetcars?"
Recap the week in MARTA news.Read more "MARTA’s Big Week"
“Avalon:” A legendary country covered by fruit trees and clean cut glades of grass, where King Arthur found Excalibur and later became his retreat in times of trouble. According to what little record was left, this place of wealth and wellbeing required a sea voyage to reach, leaving its true location up to speculation and […]Read more "Walking in Avalon: A New Direction For Alpharetta?"
For the future of Turner Field, take a lesson from the past. Bring Atlanta Streets Alive (& walkability) to Georgia Ave and let Summerhill shine.Read more "For Turner Field Neighborhood’s Future, Look To Its Past"