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Clarece Perry -planner/writer -1920s/30s New York -"The Neighborhood Theory" -no major traffic, arterial streets should form the perimeter to define the place of the neirborhood - interior streests to use culdesacs and curves -pop would be determined by number of people needed to support one school, 160 acres w 10 families an acre - school is the center - 1/4-1/2 mi walk from home.school -shopping/churches/services on edges so nonlocal traffic doesn't intrude - 10% of land area parks/open

Clarece Perry -planner/writer -1920s/30s New York -"The Neighborhood Theory" -no major traffic, arterial streets should form the perimeter to define the place of the neirborhood - interior streests to use culdesacs and curves -pop would be determined by number of people needed to support one school, 160 acres w 10 families an acre - school is the center - 1/4-1/2 mi walk from home.school -shopping/churches/services on edges so nonlocal traffic doesn't intrude - 10% of land area parks/open

Things to do while in Boston: Love the TV show Cheers? Now you can visit the pub itself!

Things to do while in Boston: Love the TV show Cheers? Now you can visit the pub itself!

Bioluminescent Plankton, San Juan Island or the Hood Canal in Washington state:

Places to see incredible natural phenomena

Bioluminescent Plankton, San Juan Island or the Hood Canal in Washington state:

neighborhood plan - Google'da Ara

neighborhood plan - Google'da Ara

Danube by Claudio Magris:  In 'Danube', the Trieste writer Claudio Magris steers us through the region created and enclosed by the river and known as Mitteleuropa. His impeccable narrative, which took more than 20 years to write, mingles travel, history, anecdote and literature, and in the end, for me, steals the laurel from three other candidates whose influence it shows: Fernando Pessoa, Jorge Luis Borges and Gabriel García Márquez... REVIEWED BY NICHOLAS SHAKESPEARE

Danube by Claudio Magris: In 'Danube', the Trieste writer Claudio Magris steers us through the region created and enclosed by the river and known as Mitteleuropa. His impeccable narrative, which took more than 20 years to write, mingles travel, history, anecdote and literature, and in the end, for me, steals the laurel from three other candidates whose influence it shows: Fernando Pessoa, Jorge Luis Borges and Gabriel García Márquez... REVIEWED BY NICHOLAS SHAKESPEARE

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