You may recall that last week we were musing about what happens when good small business sell themselves to big ones, and when fast food adheres to slow principles. We just came across this article in the L.A. Times from last month, which explores the inherent contradictions in a store that promotes sustainable food and green living being gigantically big and using a massive amount of electricity. Isn’t there a place, even in Pasadena– the land of urban sprawl– for something slower? Smaller?
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