Posts Tagged “Passive House”

What Mike does

November 28, 20146 CommentsPosted in Blogroll, Mike Knezovich, Mondays with Mike, Uncategorized, writing

The success of our “Mondays with Mike” feature has a lot of you blog readers wondering: what does my husband Mike Knezovich do for a living? An online article in the Chicago Tribune helps explain. (The print piece is scheduled for Sunday.) The Tribune story profiles architect Katrin Klingenberg, co-founder of a non-profit called Passive House Institute […]

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These are really nice houses

July 30, 20145 CommentsPosted in Mike Knezovich, Uncategorized

When friends ask what my husband Mike Knezovich does for a living, it can be hard to explain. I tell them he’s the Director of Communications for Passive House Institute U.S (PHIUS). But what is a passive house, and what does PHIUS do? Lucky for me, a writer from the Boston Globe bought a passive […]

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Energy to burn

October 22, 20113 CommentsPosted in Harper, Mike Knezovich, travel, Uncategorized

For the past couple of months, my husband Mike Knezovich has had two full-time jobs. He rose to the occasion after I broke my foot in June, walking Harper, accompanying me to doctor appointments, chauffeuring me to the Chicago Cultural Center so I could teach my memoir classes, running all our many, many errands. He […]

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