Inner City Round Run
Our first guest post by runner and local podcaster Loz Harvey
Urban travel is much more than getting from A to B as quickly as possible. In cities around the world, since the 1950s, artists and writers have considered the idea of Psychogeography, or how we think about our city as we travel around.
Many liked the 19th century French notion of the flâneur, an aimless wanderer taking strolls to nowhere in particular …
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