MOHAI, A Museum of Everyday Geography, Moving to South Lake Union

Scale model of MOHAI’s new South Lake Union facility, opening in November, 2012

The UW Daily recently wrote about how a favorite field trip destination for Kim England’s Geography of Cities course (Geog 277)–Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI)— is moving next year from its current Montlake location to South Lake Union

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Our region’s transportation plan: too heavy on growth, cars & sprawl?

It’s curious that the Puget Sound Regional Council’s (PSRC) recent vision of our transportation future contained so many roads, so little mass transit.

Author Edward Abbey famously said that “Growth for the sake of growth is the ideology of the cancer cell.” It’s also the underpinning of our region’s economic assumptions. At some Click to Read More