|Re: Cohousing in New Age Journal||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Rowena Conkling (rowenacworldnet.att.net)|
|Date: Sun, 3 Jan 1999 07:27:35 -0600|
Yes, it's really a pretty good article and it uses Cambridge Cohousing as its "model" for the most part. We got an advance copy and read it aloud after dinner around the fire in the common house while waiting for mid-night on New Year's Eve! I'd say it's good publicity for the movement. We also had some folk here from a New England magazine show called Chronicle, which is doing a show on "alternative" housing styles. They seemed obsesses with privacy! After we had all, apparently, told them the same thing - all you have to do is go into your unit and shut the door - they asked someone to take them upstairs so they could photograph him going into a unit and shutting the door. It turned out that the person they asked didn't live over the common house, but he obligingly opened and shut someone's door anyway! A lot of people in the common house apartments don't lock their doors.... I hope they get over the privacy obsession before they finish editing the piece. It's supposed to go up sometime this month. We've been been very lucky so far with out publicity in the local papers and nationwide. RowenaC at Cambridge Cohousing Gary D. Shapiro wrote: > The January/February 1999 issue of the New Age Journal has an article about > Cambridge (MA) Cohousing. > > It's 4+ pages with photos. I'd say more but I haven't read it yet. > > -- > Gary D. Shapiro <garyes [at] iname.com> Pronounced "Gary Yes!"
Cohousing in New Age Journal Gary D. Shapiro, December 30 1998
- Re: Cohousing in New Age Journal Rowena Conkling, January 3 1999
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