Next Wednesday night and Thursday, Jews celebrate Tu'b'Shevat, a day that thousands of years ago was the new year for trees- a concept then primarily of relevance to taxes paid on produce. Blog Post
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SHANGHAI, CHINA--I've been a fan of New Urbanism for several years, but I've always considered myself an urban "pluralist"--someone who doesn't believe there is an "objective" or general urban form that is persistently successful over long periods of time. Blog Post
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