Geoff Manaugh

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Geoff Manaugh writes about buildings in a way that upends conventional ways of looking at architecture. Now he has published a new book,  A Burglar’s Guide to the City .

Geoff Manaugh

Geoff Manaugh writes about buildings in a way that upends conventional ways of looking at architecture. Now he has published a new book, A Burglar’s Guide to the City .

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Helicopter Policing in L.A.

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