The June issue of the New Colonist is online and available at http://www.newcolonist.com. This month s articles include: *World Without Oil Lise MaringMessage 1 of 2 , Jun 1, 2003View SourceThe June issue of the New Colonist is online and available at
http://www.newcolonist.com. This month's articles include:
*World Without Oil
Lise Maring explores the hidden extent of oil dependency, and all that
we will lose when the last drop of crude has been poured into a gas tank
a few years from now
*Looking Backward, Looking Forward
Simon Baddeley outlines the next generation of strategies for
extricating us from the auto-addiction trap
*San Francisco House Tours
A prospective regular feature takes you on a virtual tour of teh Castro
Districts distinctive architecture
*Fear the Sower
Richard Risemberg raves about George Bush and Frankenfoods
*Pounding the Pavement
Eric Miller looks at car dependency, community design, and fat
*San Francisco's Cafe Society
Wilson Fang reports on teh pleasures of the buzzbean in Nroth America's
*Street Food: Pink's
G. S. Morey deconstructs LA's legendary hot dog stand
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The June issue of The New Colonist is online and available now at http://www.newcolonist.com! This month s features: The Shopkeeper Solution Jay Walljasper onMessage 1 of 2 , May 31, 2005View SourceThe June issue of The New Colonist is online and available now at
This month's features:
The Shopkeeper Solution
Jay Walljasper on rendering Wal*Mart irrelevant in your community....
Doing something About It
"Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anythign about
Rebirth of Urbanity
Atlanta, with a few surprises up its sleeve...?
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