Eat, drink, and create community
Assemble the ingredients (Part 2 of 5)
In part thanks to placemaking guru Jesse Baerkahn, a new urban planning phenomenon has surfaced in Boston. In a city of communities, neighborhoods are being defined for the first time not by geographies, institutions, or ethnicities, but by food.
On the menu: a healthy future
Assemble the ingredients (Part 5 of 5)
Whereas early-20th-century Modernist architects promoted lifestyles of comfort and convenience through masterplans and manifestos that encouraged the domestication of nature, chefs of the early 21st century are reconnecting us with its wonders and benefits.