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Archive for August, 2007

August 2007 in Black Lamb

Volume 5, Number 8 — August 2007

August 1st, 2007

The All City Issue

In our cover story, Terry Ross takes a close look at an overrated city: Portland, Ore. In Cityhell 2007, our page 2 feature, Greg Roberts maintains that cities are now obsolete. Elizabeth Hart (Remembering New York) harks back to a gentler, better time in America’s premier metropolis. In Oslo, Lorentz Lossius describes the capital of his native country. Cate Garrison wonders: What Is a City?

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