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Bigger and bigger, retail and entertainment places take big chunks of our daily life. Public, semi-public, but mostly private properties, these buildings, parking lots, road and path networks mean much more than simple "shops". Here you find articles about this expanding universe


Neate, Rupert (13.07.2011)
Tesco's new superstore is bringing employment and investment to the run-down area of Liverpool, but some people don't like it. The Guardian, July 13, 2011
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Knoblauch, Jessica A. (06.07.2011)
Theme parks around the world are getting greener, reducing their footprints, saving energy, wasting less, offering healthy foods and so on. E environmental magazine, July 2011
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Chesters, Laura (06.07.2011)
It's not just the recession. Competition from the internet and superstores on the doorstep is killing traditional town centres. The Independent, July 3, 2011
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Hinton, Carla (29.06.2011)
LifeChurch.tv is set to open a church satellite in the former Dillard's department store annex at Heritage Park Mall in Midwest City. The Oklahoman, June 25, 2011
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Wood, Zoe (20.06.2011)
Study of 75,000 British retailers charts the decline of newsagents, butchers and independent fashion stores. The Guardian, June 16, 2011
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Elkes, Neil (05.06.2011)
Two retail schemes on either side of the road: if both were approved, neither may be built as the prospect of direct competition would make the development untenable.Birmingham Post, June 2, 2011
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Ruzich, Joseph (26.05.2011)
Suburbs using art in vacant storefronts to help revitalize communities: is that enough? Of course it isn’t!Chicago Tribune, May 25, 2011
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Sturgess, Emma (26.05.2011)
This summer will belong to Britain's burgeoning pop-up restaurant scene, so keep an eye out for what's happening near you. The Guardian, May 26, 2011
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Coleman-Lochner, Lauren; Patton, Leslie (18.05.2011)
More and more large catch basins for shopping malls: regional, super-regional, and now “global” as well. Isn’t it too much large? Business Week, May 18, 2011
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Hanley, Lynsey (18.05.2011)
The high-street 'tsar' has been asked to prevent the decline of traditional retail, and has qualifications for her role. But often accidental knowledge is confused with wisdom. The Guardian, May 18, 2011
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Cleaver, Alan (18.05.2011)
Only time will tell whether society (and retail chains of course) has decided the shop is dead and the quaint 20th century pastime of shopping has run its course. The Independent, May 18, 2011
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Schlegel, Jeff (18.05.2011)
A former central commercial hub abandoned when shoppers fled to suburban malls tries to regenerate itself thanks to traditional architecture and a coordinated effort. The New York Times, May 17, 2011
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Ijeh, Ike (06.05.2011)
What do you get when you turn a 19th-century bullring into a 21st-century shopping centre? A theatrical (and fake) melding of Spain’s cultural past and present. Building magazine, May 6, 2011
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Flavelle, Dana (06.05.2011)
Inside a Walmart a clinic offers patients a handheld buzzer so they can shop waiting for their appointment. Another place of social interaction swallowed by the big-box. Toronto Star, May 5, 2011
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There’s a full megalopolis out there, ready to be walked, cycled, jogged and so on, and what instead do its citizens? The Independent, May 1, 2011
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Gyford, Sue (06.05.2011)
Could a big box development benefit somehow a neighbourhood? It never happened, but planners seem to think otherwise: where do they live? Edimburgh Evening News, May 5, 2011
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Wintour, Patrick (02.05.2011)
Labour leader Ed Miliband says people should have more say over the 'Tesco-isation' of Britain's high streets. The Guardian, May 1, 2011
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Kelly, Caitlin (22.04.2011)
Malls: Whether sparkling-new or grubby and worn, they are carefully designed to maximize the amount of money consumers leave behind. Book excerpt from Fortune, April 19, 2011
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Hunsinger, Diana (16.04.2011)
Welcome to the mall man lounge, which gives men -- or anyone else who's not in the mood to shop or is waiting on someone who is -- something to do. The Indianapolis Star, April 15, 2011
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Curtis, Joseph (08.04.2011)
A badly planned big retail development would automatically squeeze traders out of any town centre and High Street, and produce a ghost town. Daily Echo, April 8, 2001
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