Glendale’s Skyline and Sunroom Desk’s Anniversary

Southeast corner of Orange St. at Wilson Ave.

I placed Sunroom Desk online just as the 2008 financial crisis hit, and real estate and construction went dormant in Glendale and across the nation. My first post was a reflection on the large number of Halloween costume shops temporarily occupying vacant retail spaces in downtown Glendale. Five years later…this Sunday’s Glendale News-Press just noted […]

Freeways v. Transit, Goods Movement v. Air Quality: Spending Priorities Are Key

Freeways v. Transit, Goods Movement v. Air Quality: Congress H.R. 7 and SCAG Draft 2012 RTP

One Year Later in a Hot, Flat, Crowded World:
10 – Authoritarian Solutions Won’t Fly

Sunroom Desk’s Glendale, California review of Thomas Friedman’s book Hot, Flat, and Crowded concludes.

One Year Later in a Hot, Flat, Crowded World:
9 – Studying Biodiversity in the Costa Rican Rainforest

Sunroom Desk Glendale, California Review of Thomas Friedman’s 2008 Book Hot, Flat, and Crowded

One Year Later in a Hot, Flat, Crowded World:
8 – Energy Poverty, Still a New Concept?

Sunroom Desk Glendale, California Review of Thomas Friedman’s 2008 Book Hot, Flat, and Crowded

One Year Later in a Hot, Flat, Crowded World:
7 – Lush Cosmetics, Nestle Fight Deforestation

Sunroom Desk Glendale, California Review of Thomas Friedman’s 2008 Book Hot, Flat, and Crowded

One Year Later in a Hot, Flat, Crowded World:
6 – Dealing With Climate Change Detractors

Sunroom Desk Glendale, California Review of Thomas Friedman’s 2008 Book Hot, Flat, and Crowded

One Year Later in a Hot, Flat, Crowded World:
5 – The New Millennium Is Still the 1970s

Sunroom Desk Glendale, California Review of Thomas Friedman’s 2008 Book Hot, Flat, and Crowded

One Year Later in a Hot, Flat, Crowded World –
4: A Middle Class Population Explosion

Sunroom Desk Glendale, California Review of Thomas Friedman’s 2008 Book Hot, Flat, and Crowded

One Year Later in a Hot, Flat, Crowded World –
3: Five More Problems

Sunroom Desk Glendale, California Review of Thomas Friedman’s 2008 Book Hot, Flat, and Crowded