A year ago, I shared my initial observations on CityScape Phoenix. At the time I wasn’t impressed. A year later, it impresses me even less.
24 spin-offs of NIMBY, perhaps the most popular acronym in urbanism.
The ongoing economic crisis is result of a generation of poor policy and economic decisions make at all levels of government and by individuals of all political persuasions.
PARK(ing) Day is returning to downtown Phoenix on Friday, September 17th when we’ll transform curbside parking spots into temporary public parks.
A great video for a fun song.
I wanted to let my Arizona based readers know of an upcoming event that you may be interested in.
Here are five of the more interesting posts I’ve read this week.
Being an urbanist is hard in Phoenix. Even when the city takes a step in the right direction, it faces opposition.
Phoenix doesn’t need another marketing campaign or branding effort. We need live up to our name and rise from the ashes of our past bad decisions.
In Phoenix’s desperate attempt to attract suburban tourists downtown, the city is morphing downtown into a suburb itself.