The Neighbourhood is a strangely comfortable place, frustratingly cryptic and yet delightfully transparent, all at once.
I came upon this place slowly. I came creeping with eyes half open, only to discover (in a manner of speaking) that what it required was a more dedicated kind of scrutiny than I had been willing to surrender, a "diligent audit" if you will. And so, seven years ago, it began.
The more I dig, the more I find. It has not been a simple task, but the rewards are amazingly cathartic. As with any research project, each piece of new information brings both revelation and conundrum.
I invite you to peruse what I have gathered, to meet the residents, to follow their histories, to solve their puzzles.
Welcome to The Neighbourhood.
The Neighbourhood is home to a staggeringly obtuse aggregate of individuals,
a selection of which are presented here for your scrutiny.
As with any community The Neighbourhood is replete with places of interest,
some decidedly communal and others far more insular.
The Neighbourhood has always been collectively concerned with crafting products that enhance reputation.
Some residents and organisations are more prolific than others.