When in Doubt, Improvise

Upon joining the gig economy in 2017, I encountered the same lesson over and over: you don’t know what you don’t know. For the Muggles among us, those lessons can hide in plain sight, like a wizardly portkey, but you can stumble into them, and in turn, be transported into situations in which the rules… Read More

On Foot with the Tours of Cleveland

1972 was a good year for dynamite and the wrecking ball. In St. Louis, the razing of Pruitt-Igoe, a low-income housing complex built in 1956, led Charles Jencks to conclude that “modern architecture died in St Louis, Missouri on July 15, 1972.” Postmodern architecture embraced a less functional, more playful spirit, which culminates in Cleveland… Read More