You don’t just fall in love with your city, it is a process. And at its most basic level it starts with curiosity and the possibility of discovery. I was in Las Vegas a few weeks ago when the new Cosmopolitan Hotel was opening and it was designed around the idea of curiosity and discovery. Check out the “curious class” here!
Congratulations to Fort Collins for being recognized as a center for innovation. Very happy to have been a small part of this documentary about them!
According to the Smithsonian Institution, Fort Collins represents 21st century innovation, so much so that it is included in an ongoing exhibit in Washington...
Central Paris experimenting with no cars for a day!
Only electric-powered private vehicles will be allowed in historic city centre to persuade residents to tackle pollution
Walkable, bikable and golfable?
From the Atlanta suburbs to Palm Springs, golf carts and neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs) are increasingly found off the links.
New mural from downtown Joplin!
Look what happened #downtownjoplin ! #loveyourcity
The suburbs retort!
A common question I’m asked when I meet someone from Minneapolis or St.
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