Thanks @dustinboone, this made me really excited 😎
  1. 📚: The Death and Life of Great American Cities by Jane Jacobs
    Jane Jacob's 100th birthday was last week, so she's been getting much more attention than usual this week. I think everyone should read this book because it will truly make you appreciate where you live. Jacob's legacy has been co-opted by new urbanists and transformed into a preservation/anti development mindset, when all she did was look at and analyze her home (Greenwich Village). She views development of cities and neighborhoods from a human perspective, which was completely unheard of at
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    the time. Jacob's had a journalism background, so what seems like a mind-numbingly boring read becomes a sort of poetry.
  3. 📽: Almost Famous
    This movie was, and still is, everything to me during high school. Equal parts ridiculous and grounded. William Miller has a heart of gold.
  4. 🎧: Everything in Transit by Jack's Mannequin
    I am willing to admit that this is probably not the best album _ever_, but this is the first album I can remember feeling a connection to every single song. Andrew McMahon is truly a genius.