12 Feb Louisville Loses Our Biggest Tree Advocate

It is with great sadness that we learned this morning of the passing of Mark White, Louisville Metro's City Arborist. I am extremely thankful to have had the opportunity to spend some quality time recently with Mark on the YouthBuild Smoketown Streetscape project, where Mark and...

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06 Feb The Silo Pitch

Louisville is becoming a serious destination for recreational, competitive, and adventure sports. From hosting events like the UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in 2013, to the revered and evolving Louisville Extreme Park, to the nearby Red River Gorge with its reputation as a rock climbing mecca, and now the amazing...

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PechaKucha Night Louisville

04 Feb PechaKucha focuses on Louisville

Louisville has an abundance of passionate, creative people whose ideas are shaping our city at every level, from personal improvements to community wide change. PechaKucha Night Louisville offers a platform for people to share their ideas and passions with the community, and the global organization...

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Bicycling for Louisville Bike-Kick Off

29 Jan Bicycling for Louisville 2015 Bike Kick-Off

Great turnout tonight at the Bicycling for Louisville 2015 Bike Kick-Off! There are a lot of great initiatives underway and the more support and advocates that step up and help, the sooner we can build a 21st Century community. If you are a cyclist or simply support...

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resurfaced google maps

28 Jan ReSurfaced Surfaces on Google Maps

The rate at which Google updates its aerial imagery is pretty amazing, so it shouldn’t have been a surprise when we learned that you can now view the ReSurfaced initiative on Main Street in the latest update. Though we feel like we lived there for more...

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Wild and Woolly

27 Jan Civic Identity and Our Sense of Place

“The urban fabric contains symbols (icons) that tell us something about ourselves and something about those to whom the symbols belong. This aspect of the urban fabric has been called the glue that bonds people to place.” (Hull, Lam & Vigo, 1994, p. 109) While we...

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