This video from last summer show activists channeling the spirit (and iconic looks) of Jane Jacobs to help advance their cause: New York City honored Jane Jacobs by naming Hudson Street Jane Jacobs way. Jane fought to preserve neighborhoods and communities, Save Coney Island paid a visit to the ceremony to …
Those who pay close attention to my online presence may have noticed that my ‘tagline’ is “creating community in the urban desert.”
PARK(ing) Day is returning to downtown Phoenix on Friday, September 17th when we’ll transform curbside parking spots into temporary public parks.
Right now, an important conversation is occurring about how people can engage civically toward a more positive evolution for our communities and state
Tribes won’t change the world, but it may inspire you to change your small part of it.
If we love our community, then a little effort put into making it better is a small price to pay.
While we all have an image of our selves that we try and project to others, what matters most is how other perceive us. Here is how I’m viewed on Twitter.
PHX ART Treasures on the METRO will showcase the arts and cultural opportunities on and around Phoenix‚Äôs light rail line on November 14.
If you enjoy living, working or playing in downtown Phoenix, chances are you owe a thank you to the Downtown Voices Coalition.
These are some of the articles I‚Äôve read that have got me thinking recently: