In my book, I note that New Orleans “may be the most exciting city in America” right now due to the influx of talented, mission driven people who are rebuilding the city. Apparently the data and Inc. Magazine agree as they have named New Orleans “the coolest city for start ups” in the latest issue. Congratulations to New Orleans and all those amazing social entrepreneurs who recognize that they can make difference AND make a dollar!
A bike friendly city is an lovable city. Well done Watsonville!
WATSONVILLE >> In his book “For the Love of Cities,” author Peter Kageyama cites a 2009 Gallup study that states only 24 percent of people are emotionally engaged with their community.According to Kageyama, the study also fo
Coverage from Richmond, IN and the tourism conference I spoke at yesterday.
Author's advice: When planning a project, always ask 'Where's the fun?'
Entries for a T-shirt design contest are due by June 5.
This is becoming a common story around the world. We need some new idea to replace the locks.
The love locks battle is lost and it seems eternal love is no match for the bolt cutters.
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