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this 1983 yearbook photo from De La Salle High School in Concord, Cal., Brother Raimond Rose is shown.

I guess maybe my n0t-exactly-sure-what-urbanist-means heart might half-jokingly long for it to be mixed use, but hey, it’s built right up to the sidewalk and looks pretty nice, so I’m not complaining. But before we get there, let’s turn and take a look the other direction, looking south on Lasalle: Condos, a wide desolate road, and, eventually a tunnel.

My wife won’t walk with me down this stretch, as she finds the tunnel under the Loring Greenway unpleasant.

It’s alarming that an allegedly spiritual man, Brother Thomas Johnson, who lied to Minnesota authorities, is now the second-in-command of the Christian Brothers worldwide.

Each man who was hurt by Rose and has stepped forward – to police, to prosecutors, through litigation or the news media – should feel deeply proud of his role in helping to stop future abuse, deter future deceit, and protect innocent children.

The facade interests me, though, in that there appear to have originally (or at least at some time in the past) been multiple entrances along Lasalle. This photo also gives us a peek at yet another of Lasalle’s urban treasures: a surface parking lot. But hey, at least there are windows (which I think are mostly obscured).

Maybe things are better on the other side of the street? My photography could maybe be better here, but I don’t think there is a single in-use entrance for people on this entire block either.

One pleasant autumn morning that freewheeling spirit of adventure led me to stroll down Lasalle Avenue instead. It got me thinking, though, about how many different ways it’s possible to screw up an urban street, and if there was any place in the Twin Cities that displayed as many of them as the five or so blocks of Lasalle between the Greenway and 8th Street.

On the left we have the old Mc Phail Center, which sadly still sits empty.

Looking a bit further up the block, I guess someone thought some red awnings would really liven up the blank wall of the Target store’s loading dock?

Things are getting a little long here, but no catalog of bad urban street features would be complete without a stand alone parking structure. This is a particularly unpleasant one, in my view, because it really is nothing but stacked car storage. On the list of things you want for an urban street, isn’t ending in a blank wall pretty high up?

We especially applaud Kevin Price, who had the wisdom to save incriminating letters from top Christian Brothers officials and share those with a journalist.

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