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Congratulations to Galina Tachieva is due!
Back in April, we had posted a notice from our friends at Archeworks concerning their application process for their 2011-12 program. In case you missed it, the design organization has extended their application process till August 15th. Read below for the most recent specs from Archeworks on their program:
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A view of Sarah St., South Side Flats, Pittsburgh, PA. (Go Bucs!)
...and passed with flying colors too!
CNU CEO & PRESIDENT JOHN NORQUIST HOLDS HIS CNU-A CERTIFICATE.
Yesterday, New York City played host to the Ford Foundation's The Just City: A Ford Forum on Metropolitan Opportunity. The event brought together urban-minded leaders such as Atla
The recent news out of Seattle provides an interesting twist in the continuing Alaskan Way Viaduct saga.
The following comes direct from the Smart Growth America blog, in response to legislation just passed by the House Appropriations Committee:
In partnership with the University of Miami School of Architecture, CNU has developed a certification program for members that distinguishes them as CNU-Accredited. CNU-A is an impressive way for members to highlight their expertise and knowledge of New Urbanist principles and stand out among the many planners, architects and designers in the market.
Today's pic comes from CNU's Heather Smith, who encountered this sign while trying to cross the street. Says Smith, "I personally hate asking for permission to cross the street, but this sign menu is ridiculous. It makes it seem like crossing the street is very very complicated and should not be attempted."