Roundup of Urban News – June 14 to June 20, 2012

  • “Coffeehouses,” Philip Langdon writes, “[accommodate] a mix of solitary individuals keeping to themselves and others who are available for socializing.” Better Cities & Towns: Contention in the Coffee House (June 14, 2012).  Cafe culture is therefore one example of the wonderful diversity that cities generate and encourage.
  • In a related, practical post, Love Victoria asks, “What do you when you’re out in public with your laptop and have to ‘go’ – do you ever take the risk and leave it behind?” Love Victoria: TO PEE OR NOT TO PEE (June 18, 2012).

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