Articles from December, 2004

Links
Links to other sites in Hamilton and around the world that support sustainable urban revitalization.
by Ryan McGreal
Published December 14, 2004 in Site Notes (13 comments)

Reach, Dream, Rise, Crumble
Hamilton is like a marathon runner with angina. We need a strong, healthy heart - the core - or nothing else will function properly.
by Trey Shaughnessy
Published December 14, 2004 in Suburban Bureau (2 comments)

Welcome to Hamilton. (You are being watched.)
View Matt Jelly's new short film, Welcome to Hamilton. (You are being watched.).
by Matt Jelly
Published December 14, 2004 in Media (0 comments)

In Defence of Generalists
The science of organized complexity is interdisciplinary and best integrated by generalists, but its problems are often oversimplified by mistakenly - or deliberately - applying the wrong tools to understand those problems.
by Ted Mitchell
Published December 14, 2004 in Ideas (0 comments)

Why I am a Hamilton Optimist
Anyone who buys even a bit of the idea that history is dialectical knows that, sometimes, the quicker and more utterly you hit rock bottom, the sooner the cycle turns.
by Jeff Mahoney
Published December 14, 2004 in Commentary (14 comments)

Is the Creative Class Crass?
The Creative Class movement leaves too many citizens behind, but it does recognize that quality of life matters most.
by Ben Bull
Published December 14, 2004 in Accidental Activist (1 comment)

Discussion Guidelines
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by Ryan McGreal
Published December 14, 2004 in Site Notes (20 comments)

Submissions
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by Ryan McGreal
Published December 14, 2004 in Site Notes (15 comments)

Historic tour! Limited time offer
Sign up now for a limited engagement tour of the Red Hill Valley Expressway.
by Jason Leach
Published December 14, 2004 in Special Offer (0 comments)

About Raise the Hammer
Introduction, overview, and brief history of Raise the Hammer.
by Ryan McGreal
Published December 14, 2004 in Site Notes (17 comments)

"Scenic View", Jackson Square Plaza
Why anyone ever thought people would rather walk across a boxy roof than down a lively street remains one of the enduring mysteries of the 20th century.
by Ryan McGreal
Published December 14, 2004 in Atrocity of the Month (0 comments)

How could you not love this city?
At Raise the Hammer, we love Hamilton, warts and all. There's plenty to get angry about, but there's also plenty to celebrate.
by Ryan McGreal
Published December 14, 2004 in Editorial (0 comments)

Proper investment and planning are key
Does downtown Hamilton have a bright future? Only if our city officials choose to give it one.
by Jason Leach
Published December 14, 2004 in Downtown Bureau (2 comments)

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