Monthly Archives: August 2014

Italian Humanism Versus AAF Greed

By Timothy Hullihan The Porta Susa high-speed rail terminal that opened last year in Turin, Italy, has been billed as a “new urban crossroads” in a recent article by architectural critic, David Cohn.  Designed by architect Silvio d’Ascia, it, according to … Continue reading

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Authentic St. Augustine

By Timothy Hullihan After numerous trips to St. Augustine, I finally discovered something authentic. Yes, there’s an unmatched historical richness to the city, but it is overwhelmed by commercialism and false history. Yes, there is Flagler College (formally Flagler’s Alcazar … Continue reading

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Finally, A Chance to Talk with AAF

By Timothy Hullihan If you have been following my blog for the last several months, you will know that I have been advocating for a different approach from All Aboard Florida (AAF) – less arrogance and more sensitivity to the … Continue reading

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Uncommon Wisdom

By Timothy Hullihan The morning paper often provides me with a broad range of viewpoints.  Sometimes there are a-ha moments.  Sometimes the dichotomies are so palpable that I want to force feed the wise and broad based counter perspectives to … Continue reading

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