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Education and research is essential and these friends and industry companions join forces with other integral parts of the Austin web, such as Boggy Creek and HOPE market to unite on the organic, local food front. They dance daily with farmers and local chefs to boost the popularity of sustainable food such as Windy Hill’s prized goat meat. “It’s essentially a pseudo co op, which is what I had hoped for.” A core set of beliefs includes humane treatment of all animals, organic when at all possible, free range, pasturing, no antibiotics or hormones, and a commitment to networking with proven and reliable vendors who share the same standards..
A interpretation is just a glib cop out. It opens the way to generic mediocrity, too much of what we been saddled with already. I shudder to think what this approach, which seems to devalue the whole notion of garden restoration, could lead to a couple of lines of saplings dwarfed on either side by towering buildings, to represent the avenues of Sayes Court Garden? Pavement patterns to convey the organic intricacy of the Grove? A few meagre planting beds to flag up the parterre?.
New Yorkers may remember Louis somewhat less fondly from its short lived expansion here during the late 1980s when a splashy, much heralded store opened here at the corner of West 57th Street and Lexington Avenue. A combination of bad economic conditions and a somewhat off base location doomed the lavish store which was filled with the kind of pricey, artisanal, hand tailored clothing from labels like Brioni, Kiton and Ermenegildo Zegna that, ironically are among the most coveted by menswear current enthusiasts. Then owner Murray Pearlstein predilection for a sophisticated, earthy color palette of mossy greens and browns also failed to persuade New Yorkers who remained devoted to classic black, navy and gray.