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Old Town Alexandria, Virginia

Walking the streets of Old Town Alexandria was very nostalgic for us and reminded us of walking the streets of old towns in Europe. The history of Old Town Alexandria may not go back as far as those medieval towns, but it does have its roots in the foundation of the United States. 520 more words


Must-reading on NYC's subways...

Kudos to the N.Y. Times for its investigation into how the city’s subway system became the dangerous disaster it is today. With so many examples to choose from, the reporters omitted my favorite horrific Metropolitan Transit Authority blunder – the $530 million “renovation” of the South Ferry station that opened in 2009 and was knocked out of service  by Hurricane Sandy three years later as a storm surge poured through its entrances and crippled the entire system. 102 more words

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A little bit of sole: some Roman shoes from Lincoln's waterfront

I had the opportunity recently to assess the condition of some of the Roman shoes excavated at Lincoln’s Roman waterfront in the late 1980s. The excavations, which I’ve mentioned before… 558 more words


Environmental Protection Notice

Comment from Voices:  We have been received the following notification from a CNV resident concerning a Seaspan (Vancouver Drydock) request to discharge air contaminants from their location at 203 East Esplanade: 334 more words


November 17th Seattle Area Waterfront Report

1924-Built Meydenbauer Waterfront Estate on 3/4 Acre in Medina Goes on the Market.

Alki Point ($3.2 M) and Medina ($7.9 M) 49 more words

Weekly Waterfront Update

Sassafras Point and Caleb's Walk

The network of trails behind McMaster University toddles through woodlands surrounding Cootes Paradise. It’s hilly and treed and speckled with wetlands and ponds. Sassafras Point extends out into the waters of Cootes Paradise, with more wilderness on the other side of the water in the Royal Botanical Gardens Cootes Paradise Sanctuary. 302 more words

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