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    Coronavirus and its Impacts on Urbanism

    Knee-jerk reaction? Or did his editor instruct him to provide a counterpoint to architect Manfredi’s point of view? Perhaps he simply has faith in his opinion. IMO, the North Shore suburb we lived in provided a clean, safe, comfortable environment for a kid’s upbringing. As an adult looking to...
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    Coronavirus and its Impacts on Urbanism

    Thanks for the compliment and thumbs up. Regarding the subject matter of this thread, two Boston Globe articles today broached the subject. Mr. David Manfredi wrote an opinion piece in today’s edition of the Boston Globe. The power of cities The coronavirus provides an opportunity to...
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    Coronavirus and its Impacts on Urbanism

    Be safe, stay safe, EdMc
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    Coronavirus and its Impacts on Urbanism

    Do you miss Boston? I do, too. Due to the coronavirus, there are scenes of strangely unique, mostly lifeless streets in our major cities (some cities are contemplating opening some streets to bicyclists and pedestrians). Here are some scenes of life in Boston from not long ago.
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    Two Kansas City Icons: Liberty Memorial, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts

    For Kansas City Chiefs Fans 2020 Super Bowl Champions!
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    A Bite of the Big Apple: Hudson Yards, World Trade Center, Rockefeller Center

    Thanks, so much. True enough, NYC construction is a steady drumbeat. Thanks, also, to BeeLine, HenryAlan, Beton Brut, statler and datadyne007. So ends seven years of posting photographic threads and exhibiting urbanism, the travel has been a rich and rewarding experience. Happy Thanksgiving, EdMc
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    The Seattle Scene

    Henry, thanks for the reply, yes, the LINK stations do bear a resemblance to the Silver Line stations in Seaport, I hadn’t thought of that. Beeline, thanks, you and I have something in common - we get around a lot. citylover94, thanks, I love the best of our cities, too, maybe you can tell.
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    A Bite of the Big Apple: Hudson Yards, World Trade Center, Rockefeller Center

    Prometheus is considered the main artwork of Rockefeller Center - Wikipedia A Million Dollar Smile SIDEBAR: I love Art Deco architecture and, understandably, the management of many Art Deco buildings, whether commercial or residential, will not allow their lobbies to be photographed...
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    A Bite of the Big Apple: Hudson Yards, World Trade Center, Rockefeller Center

    According to the Stage Door Tour guide, everything is as it was in 1932 when the Music Hall opened. A New York City institution

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