In partnership with the amazing guys at STL-Style in St. Louis, I am very happy to announce a special t-shirt design to commemorate the book launch. I write about how retailers such as STL-Style are creating t-shirts that are aimed at locals who want to express their pride in the communities. Wearing these shirts is essentially a public display of affection for your city. So we hoped to come up with a design that could speak to those of us who love cities.
Nice editorial from Elkhart County, Indiana where I kicked off their Vibrant Communities initiative.
The Vibrant Communities Initiative of Elkhart County kicked off Tuesday as more than 600 people crammed into the Lerner Theatre’s Crystal Ballroom in Elkhart.
I talk a lot about potholes but here is a new one! A very interesting way to get the attention of your local government. :-)
A man named Wanksy is painting penises on potholes so the council has to take action
Interesting that one of the key aspects of cities will be their age friendliness, especially towards aging populations.
Here's how cities can prepare for aging populations.
The "Missing Middle" of the Housing Market
“Missing middle” architecture could ease rents — and allow more Americans to build real estate wealth.
Coverage from my talk in Charlotte yesterday for Envision America.
Charlotte is among the “smart” cities using technology to boost efficiency and quality of life. But urban expert Peter Kageyama has an additional goal: Make cities lovable.
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