A giant water slide in the heart of Bristol, England is the brain child of artist Luke Jerram, previously known for his street pianos project. Some may recall that Grand Rapids, Michigan did a similar project in 2010 spearheaded by Rob Bliss, who went on to produce the famous Grand Rapids Lip Dub in 2011.
Video highlights from my talk last week in Detroit.
The emotional connection between residents and their city is a vital component of Detroit’s ongoing resurgence. That’s the message Peter Kageyama, best-selli...
From Palo Alto last week - they are embracing the love!
Seen yesterday at Palo Alto's city hall.
Some 'love' from Purdue!
If you've not heard Alicia Keys' soaring tribute to New York City, you need to. It's beautiful. It's a love song, really, a love song to her hometown. Keys, of course, isn't the first to write a song about a city. Not even the first one to sing about New York. Frank Sinatra told us if you could make…
Next week to Palo Alto, CA for a community workshop and talk. Alliance for Innovation
What makes Palo Alto lovable and why does that matter? Come join your friends, neighbors and community members to find out and talk more about why we connect with the place where we live and the impact it can have in terms of civic participation. Internationally-acclaimed author Peter Kageyama has…
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