The New York Times, September 2, 2011
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Olmsted is best known for his landscape design work in the East such as NYC’s Central Park. I visited some of his awesome and timeless Midwestern creations.
Lawrence Journal-World, July 2011
Olmsted, the pioneering landscape architect, was also a fervent abolitionist who purchased a cannon to help arm a free-state militia in Kansas.
The Boston Globe, June 2011
More than a century ago, Olmsted transformed a fetid swamp in Boston’s Back Bay into a park. In the process, he achieved America’s very first act of wetlands restoration.
Crain's New York Business, May 2011
Dorf – founder of the legendary Knitting Factory, where hipsters swilled warm beer in plastic cups while watching Yo La Tengo – has moved on to City Winery, a venue where sophisticates sip wine while watching Allen Toussaint.