Professor WALTER HOOD (Landscape Architecture, University of California, Berkeley): Ghettos are not good at either end, high end or low end. And so scattered housing has become a large planning mode for a lot of cities, where they take, you know, these neighborhoods that was once ghetto ized you have large populations and large pockets and you try to mix them in with other types of housing. And this takes a lot of willingness, a compassion from other citizens who are willing to have their next door neighbors not be maybe of the same economic class as them, not be of the same race as them but be acceptant of them..
Misha was not an amateur when it came to strength training. She used to do a bodybuilding routine when she was much younger, so she figured I would have her do a similar program. She was surprised to learn that I do not use a bodybuilding approach to strength training, in that I do not have my clients do a split routine and lots of sets.
We tallied several urban discoveries and a number of testaments to that potent repressed behind much cultivated urbanity suburbia. Steven Izenour, of Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates, trumped the rest of the colloquialists: confessing that he and his firm have learned all they can from Las Vegas, he cited the Nike Town stores as the moment’s hottest symptom and their current inspiration. It was built in 1931, when the geological metaphor was strong in the making of skyscrapers, so it’s massive, like some Monument Valley mesa.
The story, of course, has a more esteemed role in other disciplines. Richard Rhodes, in his Pulitzer Prize winning book, The Making of the Atomic Bomb, peels back, layer by layer, the invention of the atomic bomb. In the process, he illuminates the intellectual progress of a community of geniuses at work.
You might not learn anything new about 20th century American history from “America in Color,” a docu series on the Smithsonian Channel, but the program might make you feel differently about that history. A few splashes of color will do that. The five part series, which begins on Sunday night, is being promoted as “one of the most ambitious colorizing projects ever undertaken.” It is made up of film clips from various sources that depict events and periods we’re conditioned to think of in black and white, since they occurred before color film became commonplace..
More sportsA loss at age 8 still eats at FedEx champ Justin ThomasJUSTIN Thomas carries the look of a country club kid, lacking in that killer instinct. 3 in the world, No. 2 in FedEx Cup points and the owner of nine PGA Tour victories, including one major championship at the age of 25, is a natural born killer on the golf course.