Chris Clair's blog
The session was billed as "New Urbanism and the Continuing Great Demographic Shift," but probably to no one's surprise to the hundred or so people packed into the room it turned into the Jim Kunstler
CNU 17 has opened on an optimistic note. Denver is a city born of and grown with optimism, like so many other Western cities.
One of the many good things about CNU XVI was that there was so much going on, so many good panels, that it was easy to find interesting topics about which to write.
My aunt and uncle have lived in Austin for decades. I remember visiting them here once when I was 12, I think, but my memories of the physical city are nonexistent.
Last year several New York museums and institutions put together a retrospective on the career of Robert Moses.
I went to watch fireworks, maybe even fisticuffs, but instead a group hug broke out.
We’ve all seen the pretty pictures and heard the gushing stories about wonderful New Urbanist communities.
Austin Mayor Will Wynn has a problem standing still, in real life and on the issue of climate change.