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Many readers are familiar with the 8/80 urban planning meme. It’s a simple concept. Can an eight year old and an eighty year old each meet their daily needs on foot, possibly with the extension of a bicycle or a little public transport from time to time? Most North American communities fail this test. To … Continue reading 24 / 58

Big Box Jesus

. One of my cousins recently attended an event at a suburban church and I tagged along. I’m amoral and omnivorous. I’ll go to any house of worship on the odd chance I might actually learn something useful – and I often do. And I meet a lot of really nice people along the way. … Continue reading Big Box Jesus

A Boomer, an Xer, and a Millennial Walk Into a Bar…

I often host dinners with people from the neighborhood. Talking with them reminds me of how each generation has a different perspective and temperament. The Silent Generation, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials each approach the challenges of life from unique angles and specific contexts. In the wake of the Great Depression and World War … Continue reading A Boomer, an Xer, and a Millennial Walk Into a Bar…