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ART DIRECTOR'S CUT, MAY 16

The things our art director, Chris McGee, hated to leave out of the current issue of LAM.

From “Control of the Canopy” in the May 2017 issue, 104 more words

LAM ONLINE

Is Muncie the new Love Canal?

If you have been following the development of the old Indiana Wire and Steel property here is an updated site with quite a bit of information from those who are living in the neighborhood. 107 more words

The Fort, the Roundhouse and the Streetcar Barns Part 3

This is the last of the posts on exploring four great public spaces in Toronto that have been created using heritage as their inspiration over the last decade. 362 more words

Cultural Heritage

The Fort, The Roundhouse and the Streetcar Barns part 2

The first time I visited the Roundhouse site, I was amazed  that what I had once thought of as derelict land lying somewhere between Union Station and the lake, was now a 16-acre green space animated by a miniature passenger train carrying loads of smiling kids. 452 more words

Brownfields

ART DIRECTOR'S CUT, MARCH 14

The things our art director, Chris McGee, hated to leave out of the current issue of LAM. 

From “Walking the Walk” by Jane Margolies in the… 101 more words

LAM ONLINE

Labor History Was Made Here

Behind these locked gates once sat a massive General Motors complex where generations of Flint, Michigan, residents worked.

Known by many as “Chevy in the Hole,” the site is slowly being transformed into an urban park that will be known as Chevy Commons. 188 more words

Photography

Making Freight More Sustainable

The movement of freight is ubiquitous.  And it can be dirty, but it is part of living in society.  Trucks, trains, planes, barges and ships travel our roads, railways, and waterways, transporting raw materials and finished products from the entire continuum of our economy. 459 more words

ENVIRONMENT