Stephanie Chambers Park Cities

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Writer and photographer for architectural, design, green living, food, and travel blogs and websites. Interested in the arts, culture, food and wine. Married to Steve Chambers, Stephen B. Chambers Architects, Inc.
  1. Updated Apr 25, 2011 commented on Story: Reimagining Downtown Dallas

    If Dallas wants to be able to call itself a city for the future, a sustainable city where 'living green' is encouraged, it strikes me tha...

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  2. Updated Apr 25, 2011 commented on Story: Reimagining Downtown Dallas

    What YouPlusDallas asks in the video piece featuring Jack Gosnell and the Dallas underground tunnels is: “What makes a successful city?" ...

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  3. Updated Apr 25, 2011 commented on Story: Reimagining Downtown Dallas

    Would like to second Jack's suggestion to eliminate the "One-Ways" that deter interest in the nightlife offered downtown. Who can figure ...

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  4. Updated Apr 25, 2011 commented on Videopinion: Should literature from a certain era be kept pristine?

    I believe art should be viewed, seen, and read in its original context. Rewriting literature is akin to removal of the 'hand of the arti...

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  5. Posted Mar 16, 2011 commented on Story: Reimagining Downtown Dallas

    If Dallas wants to be able to call itself a city for the future, a sustainable city where 'living green' is encouraged, it strikes me tha...

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  6. Posted Mar 03, 2011 commented on Story: Reimagining Downtown Dallas

    Would like to second Jack's suggestion to eliminate the "One-Ways" that deter interest in the nightlife offered downtown. Who can figure ...

    go

  7. Posted Mar 01, 2011 commented on Story: Reimagining Downtown Dallas

    What YouPlusDallas asks in the video piece featuring Jack Gosnell and the Dallas underground tunnels is: “What makes a successful city?" ...

    go

  8. Posted Feb 12, 2011 commented on Videopinion: Should literature from a certain era be kept pristine?

    I believe art should be viewed, seen, and read in its original context. Rewriting literature is akin to removal of the 'hand of the arti...

    go