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Pulitzer Prize Winning Author, Ray Bradbury , died yesterday at the age of 91 , leaving behind a legacy of best-selling Science Fiction Novels, including Fahrenheit 451 and The Martian Chronicles, that transcended genre and spoke to our very real human experiences.

However, you are probably not aware of his passion for rethinking and reviving the American City. In 1993, Bradbury wrote a book of essays, “ Yestermorrow: Obvious Answers to Impossible Futures ,” including a chapter on Urban Planning, and later wrote an article titled “The Aesthetics of Lostness,” praising European cities you can get lost in. Bradbury has been quoted as saying : “When I deal with urban problems I ask: What is a city? What is the mystery of the city? What is fun about a really good city?”

Good questions, all. And his answer? Well, food. Bradbury was an advocate for lively, bustling cities (filled with restaurants and cafés) where people can go to eat, socialize, and enjoy their surroundings – without the need for a car . In an interview with Rob Couteau , Bradbury put it this way:


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