Monthly Archives: January, 2014

    sierrahaight

    New Year, New Hires

    Posted by on 1/27/14 at 05:10pm

    The beginning of the year has brought new talent to the office: Casey Nelson and June Jung. Click to Read More

    Matthew Wallace
    jennifer young

    LA side trips

    Posted by on 1/21/14 at 05:31pm

    Last year, I escaped to Venice Beach, California for a prenatal workshop with my favorite yoga teacher. My sojourn by the sea consisted of morning yoga classes and afternoons walks by the sea with a few further away excursions. One highlight was a visit to dosa 818. dosa is a clothing, accessories + housewares line designed by Christina Kim. Click to Read More

    Jonathan Smith

    TRAVELS TO COLD BIKE RACES PT 2

    Posted by on 1/16/14 at 01:14pm

    Cameron and I continue our Travels to Cold Bike Races Series having attended the US National Cyclocross Championships in Boulder, Colorado last weekend. While in Boulder we took in the races, some local architecture, and visited friends. Katie Compton taking control of the women’s pro race above. Click to Read More

    sierrahaight

    Better Know an LF’er: Denise DeLeon

    Posted by on 1/15/14 at 09:56am

    “Pick any firm in the country and there is a single person that just knows where everything lives, someone essential to the continuity and culture of the office, a keymaster of sorts. At LF this is Denise. Known by many nicknames (perhaps mostly to me), like “Double D”, “short stack”, “Sugar”, etc, she is the mapmaker for all historical and cultural information; Click to Read More

    Corey Squire

    Happy New Years

    Posted by on 1/9/14 at 02:06pm

        1) Disclosure The more data, the better. Click to Read More

    Margaret Sledge

    Green Schools Challenge

    Posted by on 1/5/14 at 05:02pm

    This past September, the Central Texas Balcones chapter of the US Green Building Council kicked off its first year of the Green Schools Challenge. The 2013-2014 afterschool program, based on the National Wildlife Federation’s Eco-Schools curriculum, engages 4th and 5th graders in green building practices by guiding them through a process of measuring their school campus, designing a project to improve their school, and evaluating the outcome of their project.
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