City talks achievements, challenges with water billing system
It’s been 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the demise of the Soviet Union. Americans witnessing those momentous events assumed communism had finally been consigned to the dustbin of history. Not so fast, fast forward to 2019 and it’s déjà vu.
Book Review of “Saudi America”
Coming soon to a marketplace near you – two of America’s biggest and most famous companies face off in a food fight to end all food fights. At stake is nothing less than the $800 billion Americans spend every year on groceries. On one side is an old disruptor that is now the King Kong of groceries, Walmart. On the other side is a new disrupt
Those intrigued by the ongoing reinvention of old bombed out spaces in cities across the country would do well to read “Masters of Craft – Old Jobs in the New Urban Economy.” The author, Richard Ocejo, is a professor of sociology at John Jay College in New York City and he has immersed himself in these once industrial but now gentrifying urban