Monthly Archives: April 2018

But Where Will the Mall Walkers Go?

While this might not qualify as an “idea” per se, it is an issue that was sent to us via email so we wanted to share it. “If Citadel Mall goes away (story on this phenomena here), where will seniors walk, get blood pressure checked, have coffee, etc on hot and cold days–with a security […]

A Collective Conscience

Five years ago, a charming play opened in London that speculated about the behind-the-scenes conversation and intrigue between British Prime Minister Maggie Thatcher and Queen Elizabeth II during the 1980s. Handbagged (more info here and here) was a delight even to a pair of “colonists” seated in the mezzanine of the West End theatre. The Guardian referred to it […]