Wonder why certain places are more familiar, comfortable or active in comparison to others? Why we return to certain places time and time again but avoid others at all costs?
'Third places', where people gather, putting aside the concerns of work and home, simply to hang out for the pleasures of good company are the cornerstones of our cities, yet we don't seem to cherish them as much anymore.
This book is as relevant today in exploring these 'third places' as the day it was published.
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