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TERREMOTO DISEÑÓ EL CAFÉ OHLONE PARA QUE FUERA UN REFUGIO INDÍGENA EN UN MUNDO COLONIAL.

POR TIMOTHY A. SCHULER

Sketch in flow chart form of materials and plants.

 

Marsha P. Johnson Fue Una Heroína Afroamericana en la Comunidad Trans. ¿Conseguirá el Parque Diseñado en Su Honor La Misma Admiración?

Por Stephen Zacks

A tree-lined, cobblestone-paved path.

 

“A Grande Plan,” by Jane Margolies

 

“A Wilder West,” by Brian Barth. Photography by Caitlin Atkinson

“Work in Progress,” by Bradford McKee


“Small Town, Heavy Load,” by Anjulie Rao

 “Where the Water Was,” by Anne Raver, Photographs by Sahar Coston-Hardy

“A Home Away from No Home,” by Jonathan Lerner

“Toward Reclamation,” by Timothy A. Schuler

“Right of Center,” by Roberto Rovira

“The Twin Pandemics,” A conversation with  Diane Jones Allen, FASLA; M. Austin Allen III, ASLA; Charles Cross; June Grant; Elizabeth Kennedy, ASLA; Jescelle R. Major, ASLA; and Douglas A. Williams, ASLA.

“Pier Review,” by Zach Mortice, photography by Sahar Coston-Hardy

“The River Beneath the River,” by Jennifer Reut

People and Paseos, by Timothy A. Schuler

A Collective for the Culture, by Timothy A. Schuler

To the Core, by Ujijji Davis

Interview: The Outside Track, by Jamie Maslyn Larson, FASLA

On the Safe Side, by Leslie Wren, ASLA

The Dark Side of Light, by Timothy A. Schuler

Room to Lead, by  Ninon Scotto Di Uccio 

Keep the Commons, by Anjulie Rao

Found Scenery, by Jennifer Reut

The Schoolyard is Sick, by Jane Margolies

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