Sushi Sunday and Taco Tuesday.
All the opportunity of a major modern city, here today and gone tomorrow.
Hipsters and handshake deals transforming empty café kitchens into foodie fantasy—
Offer good while supplies last.
Storefronts exclusively open during events giving rise to vents of anger from a populace hungry for glass bottled sodas and screen-printed t-shirts, the opportunity to spend hard earned money more important than the goods you see—
For a limited time only.
Books and bags replaced with terraforming florists forming a shifting bedrock of society. Rotating concessions making it impossible to plan ahead.
Leaving instead a sense of dread:
The city you wake up to may be not where you said goodnight.
Act now before it’s gone.
Marvel at a world of maker vision and opportunity—a righteous renaissance constantly anchored by the next bright idea—never thinking of the opportunity cost of investments unmade, buildings unmortgaged, and dues unpaid in a permanent city left to fade away.