Monthly Archives: July 2015

Walkonomics: What Makes the Best Route?

Originally posted on THE DIRT:
User ratings for Park Row, New York, NY / Liz Camuti Most smartphone map apps give you several direct routes to get from Point A to Point B, but the quickest or most convenient path…

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RTC Archive: Speaking with Patrick Kahn

Rethinking the City speaks with Patrick Kahn about Snap Orlando. The mission of Snap! Orlando is to boldly increase the visibility and appreciation of the photographic medium as a significant cultural art form. Photography plays a critical role in society … Continue reading

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Marvel’s hip-hop inspired variant covers aren’t sitting well with some black nerds

Originally posted on Fusion:
This fall, Marvel’s releasing a series of variant covers to a number of its newly re-launched titles like Spider-Man/Deadpool, The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, and Amazing Spider-Man. You’ll notice that each of the covers is styled after…

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RTC Monthly: A World Torn Asunder

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Episode 160: Ciara Shuttleworth!

Originally posted on The Drunken Odyssey:
Episode 160 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing and literature is available on iTunes, or right click here to download. In this week’s episode, I talk to the poet Ciara Shuttleworth, Photo by Drew…

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MidCentury Modern: Winter Park’s Hidden Heritage

Originally posted on Preservation Winter Park:
? Nils Schweizer’s downtown Winter Park office; photo by Rick Kilby by Christine Madrid French On the surface, the wildly popular television show “Mad Men,”set in the 1960s, chronicled the life of high-flying advertising…

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