As I’ve written this blog, certain posts have remained popular or get positive feedback. Sometimes, I think I actually have something to say.
A Metrorail 20-year plan – A different fantasy Metro expansion that emphasizes polycentricity.
Architects weigh in on the Height Limit. Who knows the effect of the height limit better than the people who design buildings under it. What would taller buildings mean for DC’s architecture?
How can Fort Reno’s history come to life? A look at a few parks’ relevance to Tenleytown.
United States Bicycle Route 101 – The US has interstate bike routes. Let’s make more of them.
Reno Park Analysis. An comprehensive reconsidering of on of DC’s most complex site, including parks, neighborhoods, history, and future.
Three Soviet Memorials to Massacres. Soviet memorials are not for the faint of heart.
Streets through time and place. The uniqueness of cities seems to have something to do with history: forgetting it.
Introducing the Boozy Walkabout. The most fun way to view a city.
McMillan Two Envisions a Classical Anacostia – A DC classicist created an audacious and controversial plan to narrow the Anacostia River, remove highways, and fill in the new areas with small-lot buildings.
New Group Opposes In-Ground Rails is a 2010 April Fool’s Day post parodying the opposition to overhead power wires for streetcars.