11/28/2006

Back Wednesday...?

Blog free Tuesday continues...

Working on back patio - yes, Preservation Board approved - and a few other outdoor projects while the weather still holds.
  • If you haven't already downloaded Firefox 2.0, you really should. FixBuffalo and the rest of the web works best with it. Try it!
  • And if you still haven't clicked thru Olga'sTransfiguration Church pics, here you go. Favorite spot is this view from the choir loft. This shot of an intact Joseph Mazur mural should remind all of us of the importance of rescuing this art before it's gone and forgotten. I mean, who is going to save Jesus?
  • Blog free Wednesday, too probably...for Buffalo River canoe trip. Here's the posts from a few recent paddles - May 2005 and September 2006.
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Artspace ArchiveAnnals of NeglectBAVPAWhere is Perrysburg?Broken Promises...
Writing the CityWoodlawn Row HousesTour dé Neglect - 2006faqmy flickr
buffalo olmsted parks conservancy

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The latest issue of Planning magazine mentions you and your blog! Way to get Buffalo out there! I'm from Buffalo and just started my first year of grad school in City and Regional Planning in Brooklyn but when I come back I'm going to run for mayor and fix it! Great to see all the good work you're doing and getting people engaged!

fix buffalo said...

anon...

thanks for the kudos...City Hall here in Buffalo is mostly abandoned and vacant.

Plenty of room for good leadership!

Come back soon...

Anonymous said...

Ditto on the congrats for getting Buffalo some much deserved exposure. I'm also from Buffalo and miss it very much. I currently live and work in DC as an urban planner / designer. I'm currently looking for public sector work in Buffalo so if you have any suggestions ....I'm all ears.

fix buffalo said...

Anon 9:46,

Been asked numerous times - and as traffic has been building for this little blog - will probably start a jobs listing section focusing on housing, planning and development related positions.

If you'd like, send me a link to your on-line resume and I'll include it in a larger post - probably tabbed up on top...