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About this blog: Growing up in Brooklyn, NY I lived in high-density housing and experienced transit-oriented services first hand. During high school and college summers I worked in Manhattan drafting tenant floor plans for high-rise office buildi...  (More)

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Menlo Park: Crane City
Aug 28, 2019 10:56 am
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Well, we in Menlo Park used to advertise ourselves as "Menlo Park: Tree City."

In recent months I have at least a weekly occasion to travel to Redwood... More
Bobby in Naziland: A Tale of Flatbush
Jul 11, 2019 10:16 am
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Bobby in Naziland: A Tale of Flatbush (Headpress, available September 1, 2019), is the third literary work from author Robert Rosen,... More
Zoning Potpourri: SB50; Cuckoos Nest Events; Mark Tuschman photo exhibit
May 7, 2019 5:43 pm
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Mark Tuschman Photography Exhibit

For more than a year Menlo Park photographer Mark Tuschman interviewed and photographed over 100 immigrants spanning... More
We’re in the money - But at a price.
Jan 25, 2019 11:12 am
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"We're in the money" is the title of an iconic musical from the 1920's. And the City of Menlo Park, is... More
We’re in the money - but at a price
Jan 25, 2019 11:12 am
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"We're in the money" is the title of an iconic musical from the 1920's.... More
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