(Space and Place) From zoomburb to ball pork
Via things magazine, a new vocabulary seemed to appear offered by Dolores Hayden, a professor of architecture, urbanism and American studies at Yale University, as ways to describe aspects of urban sprawl
A boomburb, she explained, is a fast-growing suburb.
A zoomburb is one that's growing even faster.
Snout houses have garages bluntly pointing out at the street. Subdivisions in which all houses face the street with such garages are "snoutscapes."
A ball pork is a sports stadium built with public money for the benefit of a privately owned athletic team.
And litter-on-a-stick is advertising billboards.