Markets used to be celebrations …

posted by
October 12, 2011
Rad Geek People's Daily
by Rad Geek  
Posted in Commentary

"In classical Athens, the open market, or agora, was famous as a place for conversation, company, and positive human interaction. In medieval Europe, the market fair was a festive occasion .... Markets were seen not just as places to meet the needs of the day; they were places to meet people, places to interact with each other on a positive and mutual footing .... when we speak of 'markets' today it’s hard to get the same sense of conviviality." (10/11/11)  

Our Sponsors