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( 08.01.2010 09:50 )    
Widner, Cindy
The Death and Life of Authentic Urban Places potentially killed by gentrification, by Sharon Zukin, OxfordUniversity Press, 2010. Book review, The Austin Chronicle, January 8, 2010
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( 07.01.2010 18:49 )    
MacGillis, Alec
Cities that shelled out big bucks to learn Richard Florida's prescription for vibrant urbanism are now hearing they may be beyond help.The American Prospect, January 4, 2010
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( 07.01.2010 10:07 )    
Grey, Louise
More than a third of rural residents have moved from big cities in the last five years, citing friendlier people and a stronger sense of community. The Telegraph, January 7, 2010
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( 07.01.2010 09:32 )    
Agiesta, Jennifer
Suburbanites more and more don’t consider themselves as part of the central city, and such division is underlined by vastly different experiences. The Washington Post, January 6, 2010
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( 05.01.2010 20:48 )    
Olsen, Betty
The true essence of Scandinavian eating: food that can last longer than you do. How else would people get through the winter?The Atlantic, January 2010
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( 05.01.2010 12:11 )    
Clemings, Russel
The answer to sprawl, at a regional level, is always the same: more “urban” environments increasing density per acre and mixing functions. Easy to say but hard to do. The Fresno Bee, January 4, 2010
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( 05.01.2010 09:22 )    
Meikle, James
Ministers consider temporary allotments scheme, a landbank to pinpoint unused plots where communities can grow their own food. Fruit and veg plots part of strategy to cut reliance on imports. The Guardian, January 4, 2010
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Began in 2004, the huge skyscraper is due to open on Monday amid tight security measures, boasting more than 160 floors and apartments selling for more than $1,900 per square foot. The New York Times, January 3, 2010
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( 03.01.2010 12:02 )    
Whinnett, Ellen
The answer to city development is not to continue to sprawl, but the re-use of underdeveloped spaces inside the planned growth boundaries. From Melbourne’s Herald Sun, January 3, 2010
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( 03.01.2010 09:47 )    
Huffstutter, P. J.
With automobile industry, economy in horrific slide, city returning to its roots, re-using huge swaths of land and transform them into a large-scale commercial farm enterprise. Chicago Tribune, January 3, 2010
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( 02.01.2010 10:36 )    
Freeman, Stan
The wild pack is on the hunt: animals running everywhere and killing everybody. Don’t worry baby, it’s the suburban dream! The Reporter, January 1, 2010
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( 01.01.2010 10:18 )    
Minton, Anna
This should have been the decade of public space but, instead, areas are increasing becoming privately owned and controlled. The Guardian, December 30, 2009
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( 31.12.2009 12:16 )    
Irving, Sarah
As a global deal on climate change recedes into the future, perhaps the local level is our only hope of preventing climate catastrophe. Red Pepper, December 2009
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( 31.12.2009 09:37 )    
Fountain, Henry
A growing quantity of highly specialised research programs include the urban environment as a central part of their studies. The New York Times, December 29, 2009
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( 30.12.2009 10:39 )    
James, Tom
The past decade instead of new concepts for cities and towns has created a flood of carbon copy useless 'new' city centres. The Sheffield’s case from The Guardian, December 29, 2009
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