While Eyes on the Street will definitely resonate with fans of Jacobs’ writing, the book will appeal to a broader audience, as it is as much about how she thought as about what she wrote.
I was super excited to see a new beer hit the shelves of my local liquor store yesterday afternoon made with honey from hives on my rooftop,
Urbanism Without Effort by Chuck Wolfe is a helpful book for urbanites to reflect on how their neighbourhoods have evolved, and how they might be improved.
Experienced urban practitioners and novice urbanists alike will find several new insights in Nan Ellin’s Good Urbansim.
I highly recommend two books on Vancouver that couldn’t be more different.
This book reminds us that Jacobs never meant for her ideas to be used to blindly proscribe or protest how cities are planned.
The Living City is an invaluable resource for those wishing to know more about the power that small projects have in improving a city.
In September, I posted about Arcade Fire’s album ‘The Suburbs.’ On Sunday, the album won a well deserved Grammy for Album of the Year.
Canadian based rock band Arcade Fire has introduced a revolutionary new music video format.
Tribes won’t change the world, but it may inspire you to change your small part of it.