Liz interviews her longtime friend, Judy Templeton. These two women share a love of Jim Rouse’s Columbia and deep gratitude for living there. Over the years, Judy has worked with children in Columbia on theatrical productions, dance, and a full range of artistic endeavors. The fact that Rouse planned Columbia as an “open” City, racially integrated, where the CEO and the janitor could live side-by-side, was - and continues to be be - very important to them. It is their intention to continue to make Columbia their home.