The Tribune's Daniel Suddeath leaves Erik far behind and explains that just like the radioactive mutant creature in the sci-fi movie, our doughnut hole has shifted from downtown to the old, original suburbs, farther out -- and someday may be headed for the (gasp - no!) exurb itself.
Once thriving area of Charlestown Road in New Albany now defined by vacancies
Some alert readers posting comments at the story page seem to be suggesting that aging concrete sprawl acreage should be converted into parkland. That's good progressive Green thinking, indeed.
Is such non-gasoline-driven subversion actually legal here?
Someone better ask the Slumlord Benevolent Society first.