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Paul Goldberger
Architecture critic, educator, writer; author of BALLPARK: Baseball In the American City, coming in May 2019; Contributing Editor, Vanity Fair.
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Sandra Marchetti 45m
I joined late, but really, really enjoyed your interview with Paul Goldberger. The book was already on my list & I just love those philosophical, winding, and full-of-imagination conversations!
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Paul Goldberger 5h
A wonderful piece by on the importance of doing things for enjoyment, and not for the insane pursuit of some exaggerated notion of mastery.
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Paul Goldberger Jun 18
Thank you, , for these generous words about BALLPARK: Baseball In the American City.
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Paul Goldberger Jun 17
Thanks! Great to be part of an extended Father’s Day — hope he enjoys them!
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Paul Goldberger Jun 17
His financial statement probably is indeed “fantastic” given that the origin of that word means based in fantasy rather than reality.
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Paul Goldberger Jun 17
I was honored to know Alan Brinkley as a reader, as a neighbor and as a friend. It is a heartbreaking loss: a great scholar, a great teacher and a warm and wonderful human being. A brilliant man of quiet grace, gentle humor and unwavering dignity.
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Paul Goldberger Jun 16
Replying to @RSonensheinPBI
What a great pic of your Dad—thanks for posting, Raphe, and reminding me of so many good times with him. And a happy Father’s Day to you.
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Paul Goldberger Jun 16
But it still remains, smaller than intended but still magnificent and deeply moving. The last 90 years have only proven that Radburn is unsurpassed as an example of suburban planning for the automobile age.
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Hit and Run Jun 16
It's the Father's Day edition of Hit & Run at 9 with on ! - at 9:40 - Herb Spiegel at 10:00 - at 11:00 Listen in: & app
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Paul Goldberger Jun 15
I think I need to rethink everything I’ve said about Wrigley Field having been renovated in a mostly sensitive way. (Actually the problem isn’t Wrigley so much as Wrigleyville, which this will only make more generic and less like it was.)
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Monica Roman Gagnier Jun 14
What 5 books are on your summer reading list? Mine are: - ’s “High Heel” - ’s “Ballpark: Baseball in the American City” - ’s “Fleishman is in Trouble” - ’s “The Great Successor” - ’s “Not Working”
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Paul Goldberger Jun 15
This makes my day! Many thanks. D happy Father’s Day.
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Paul Goldberger Jun 15
Thanks! I really appreciate that.
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Paul Goldberger Jun 14
Replying to @RobMallows
Thanks for this wonderful comment, . And a reminder to those who haven’t yet bought BALLPARK: Baseball in the American City—it’s a great Fathers Day gift (and everyone deserves a Fathers Day gift, not just dads). There’s still time to get to your favorite bookstore.
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Susan Solomon Jun 13
Congratulations to # Dr. Francis Collins on his personal commitment to gender equality and refusal to participate in “manels”-all male panels! # IWISE
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Paul Goldberger Jun 13
Thanks, Joe! I really enjoyed our conversation.
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Paul Goldberger Jun 13
Replying to @JDavidsonNYC
I have found that the most reliable is Hamilton. Unfortunately they are far from the most economical however. We switched to them after too many frustrating experiences with cheaper HVAC people who screwed things up.
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Paul Goldberger Jun 13
Thank you! Hope you enjoy.
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Rob Mallows Jun 12
Really enjoying ‘Ballpark’ by - every page just packed with stories to delight; you can almost smell the hotdogs and fresh cut grass. Stands on a par with own magnum opus about British football . A true joy.
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Old-Time Baseball Photos Jun 12
Forbes Field, Pittsburg, May 1909 - Rare photo of construction on the Pirates new ballpark, one of first ones built of steel and concrete. It also looks like spectators were allowed to watch unless those are engineers in the stands and on the field looks like a wooden porta-john
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