A few weeks ago, while driving back from Florida to Savannah on I-95, I had a need for a caffeine fix. You know how these things are – those long drives on straight, fast highways often require some extra stimulation.
Jamie reached over to her trusty Iphone, and used one of the apps (Road Ninja? [...]
That’s what I thought yesterday, while spending a few minutes sitting in Orleans Square. Even with a horrendous piece of urban renewal on half of the square (the Savannah Civic Center), it still resonates as one of many wonderful oases of public space in this charming city.
For a lot of the last year, we’ve been focused on the evils of the 1%. The media has been filled with the exploits of the “Occupy” movement, and their emphasis on how 1% are keeping us down, harming the country, destroying the job market and much more.