One of the $500 prize winners from my Grande Prairie, Alberta workshop made their project happen. Congratulations!
Positive trend for the Rust Belt. I think it has a lot to do with a sense of opportunity in these cities and feeling like you can make a difference.
Cities like Pittsburgh and Detroit are attracting more highly educated people.
Last week's look back at Hurricane Katrina got me thinking about the unique role that we as citizens play in making and rebuilding our cities.
Congratulations to my friends in Richmond, Indiana for being named the best small city in Indiana by 101 USA.http://101usa.com/top-20-small-cities-in-indiana/20/
Congratulations to my friends in Richmond, Indiana for being named the best small city in Indiana by 101 USA.
Indiana is kind of amazing, just plain and simple. While some ignorant people may call the place a “fly-over state,” we have to respectfully and firmly disagree with them. This state is certainly m...
Brazil's coolest graffiti.
Alexandre Orion/Matias Picón/Tinho “The outskirts are in a constant process of transformation and ruin,” said visual artist Mauro Neri, one of Grajaú’s 500
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