Gail Radford’s Modern Housing for America has me thinking about why we have a system that subsidizes personal home ownership, and what that means for inequality and the economy. It’s not great.
The anger with the creators of Bodega redirects us from an important conversation: how do our spending choices impact our communities?
Over the course of a weekday, Zuccotti Park plays many different roles. These roles are often impacted by its identity as a privately owned public space.
The city profited immensely from the sale of medallions whose value was predicated on a state-granted monopoly. By giving Uber, Lyft, and others free reign of the streets, the city acted unconscionably toward medallion owners.
In which I’m reminded that not every good thing can be found within the borders of big cities. Also, pictures from my Peru trip