Today, visited Highland Park in Rochester, a stellar example of one of Olmsted’s most hallowed concepts, what he referred to as “passages of scenery.”
It’s the new melting pot: A family of mixed Mexican and Iranian descent has built a thriving Arlington, Tex.-based business selling hookahs made in China.
Walking through Central Park today, after last night’s storm, and tall trees are down everywhere.
Visiting Buffalo to see the work of Olmsted and Vaux. They designed five of this city’s parks. Amazing thing is, 131 years after they first began planning them, not only do these parks still exist, but they remain vital places.
After creating a sensation at the ’39 World’s Fair, this pioneering robot entered into a long decline.