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Eye on the Street: April 4, 2011

CNU-member Art Cueto contributes today's entry of "Eye on the Street." Photo of: A tree along Los Angeles City Hall Mall. Says Cueto, "Placing these trees in planters must have seemed like a good idea 40 years ago."   ... read more »

CNU Cascadia Chapter Holds Annual Summit

The CNU Cascadia Chapter held its annual summit on March 25-27, 2011 in Portland with the theme of "Sustainable Placemaking:  Creating Enduring and Resilient Cities."  The symposium and tours, which attracted over 60 attendees, composed the chapter’s first major event following its ... read more »

Eye on the Street: April 1, 2011

  Today's "Eye on the Street" entry comes from Art CuetoYale Avenue, Claremont, Ca. Art says: "A very livable street."     ... read more »

Beware! Data-fudgers from Detroit Might "Steal" Your Car in Milwaukee

This past February, a website called TheDetroitBureau.com issued a report on the Top Ten U.S. Neighborhoods for auto theft. ... read more »

Streetfilms Takes on Highway Removal with CNU's John Norquist

The latest edition of Streetfilms' "Moving Beyond the Automobile" series takes a look at Highway Removal. CNU's John Norquist sets the stage:   ... read more »

Spotlight Shines on William Cronon

As we reported here just a few days back, William Cronon - University of Wisconsin–Madison history professor, author of Nature's Metropolis, and ... read more »

Eye on the Street: March 28, 2011

Today's "Eye on the Street" entry comes from Chris Whitis of www.sitephocus.comWhitis points his eye towards Charlottesville, VA's main drag.     ... read more »

New Urban Mom

One of the great benefits of New Urbanism is how its design principles foster greater community engagement and conversation. A wonderful site from Sharon McMillan, http://newurbanmom.com, illustrates this tenet in action. ... read more »

Eye on the Street: March 21, 2011

Today's "Eye on the Street" entry comes from CNU-member Michael Lewyn. Lewyn says of his pic: "A residential street in Buckhead- what a difference sidewalks and trees together make!"   ... read more »

Who is ALEC? Professor William Cronon answers...

Who is ALEC? Professor William Cronon, featured speaker at this year's upcoming CNU 19, answers that question while breaking down the current political tides overwhelming Wisconsin. Register for CNU 19 now to secure your spot to hear Cronon speak in Madison! ... read more »