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Ray Spaxman: "Is anyone else concerned?"

From Ray Spaxman, Director of Planning in Vancouver (1973-89):

Yesterday I visited a professional office on Seymour Street and one of the partners took me to an office on the east side of his building and said something like, 563 more words

Urban Planning

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Mr. Spaxman asks us: "Is anyone else concerned?

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Statistics and Sacrifices

Being a sociology student, I occasionally look up statistics. Just to keep on top of the demographics of the city. You know, the usual. Today I was researching the population size of Detroit. 1,031 more words

Jacobs & Moses on Stage

Director Joshua Frankel teams with Tracy K. Smith (winner of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry) and composer Judd Greenstein to bring to the Opera stage the ultimate debate between urban planning mogul  46 more words

Urban Planning

Joburg Central City: World Class City in the Making

During my youth years (8-17 years) I was told that the Johannesburg central city was off-limits for any one who did not want to get rob or mugged in broad daylight. 340 more words

Carlton Center

Ray Spaxman: "Is anyone else concerned?"

From Ray Spaxman, Director of Planning in Vancouver (1973-89):

Yesterday I visited a professional office on Seymour Street and one of the partners took me to an office on the east side of his building and said something like, 563 more words

Urban Planning

Planning Twist on 'May Madness'

Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) may be out of the NCAA basketball tournament, but 16 Rams are preparing to show off their skills at the “VCU Plan-Off!!!,” a unique twist on May Madness that will take place on Friday, May 2. 438 more words

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SCARP symposium: "Disasters - Natural and Otherwise"

Karenn Krangle, the rigorous reporter from Novae Res Urbis, did comprehensive coverage of the two-day symposium called “Planning the Metropolitan Vancouver Region: A Critical Perspective,” organized by the School of Community and Regional Planning at UBC last week.  593 more words

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