Architect and planner Al Boeke envisioned a community that would preserve the area’s natural beauty. Boeke first surveyed the land in 1962. In 1963, Oceanic California Inc., a division of Castle and Cooke Inc., purchased the land from the Ohlsons and assembled a design team. Principal designers who were recruited by Boeke included American architects […]
I am definitely a child of the 80’s. Some of these shows you may refer to as the “shows that were on after school.” We all remember some if not all of these shows, watching TV as a kid was pretty fun, I remember still messing with TV antenna. These shows are all familiar yet, […]
That’s right, I don’t want to confuse you for actually being rich, you probably don’t know what that is, if you are reading this (i.e. being rich.). But if you think you are rich, I want to say, I don’t want to tax you. I want to tax the ultra rich. The elite, George Bush’s […]
From funny, to common sense, to good old fashion taxes on the rich, Micheal Moore has some really good ideas for domestic policy for America. I am a big fan of Micheal Moore, he is one to examine the facts. A lot of people don’t like him, but those are usually the disillusioned people, […]
In the United States the average size of new single family homes grew from 1,780 square feet (165 m2) in 1978 to 2,479 square feet (230.3 m2) in 2007, despite a decrease in the size of the average family. Reasons for this include increased material wealth and prestige.
The small house movement is a return to […]
What is a Chicago Three Flat? It is a very common housing type in Chicago neighborhoods–A residential building with three units typically two units directly above the first floor unit. Each unit will have the basic needs for a home including but not limited to bedrooms, at least one bathroom, a kitchen, heat and electric. […]