The owners of STL Style, Jeff & Randy Vines, whom I profile in the book, have come up with an ingenious idea to spread the love in their hometown. The are sponsoring “Group Hug St. Louis” which invites people from all over the area to take a picture of themselves hugging something they love about the city. Could be a building, a piece of public art, a sign or even a person.
I love the simplicity and genuine heart that this idea shows. Way to go guys!
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.
For the Love of Cities changed their profile picture.
Following the workshop from last month, Kenmore has done a great little temporary love note!
Kenmore residents approaching Kenmore Village probably saw an unusually green sight in the parking lot on May 6.
In 2013, we did a community workshop in Ludington, MI. One of the ideas generated was to simply have a bonfire on their beautiful beach. Initially the city was fearful but they tried it once last summer and it was such a success that they have implemented a summer plan to do three bonfires! Well done Ludington!
Ludington, with one of the most beautiful beaches on Lake Michigan, will have three big bonfires this summer for the public.
My interview today on Tampa Bay's WMNF.
Today we have Peter Kageyama, urban activist and author of For the Love of Cities, to discuss what...
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