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Point State Park Named Among Great Public Spaces Of 2014

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – One of Pittsburgh’s green spaces has earned a new distinction by the American Planning Association (APA).

At the center of the city stands a fabulous fountain spraying 150 feet into the air where the Three Rivers flow. 345 more words


Broadway named one of America's Great Streets

NEW YORK (PIX11)– New York City can claim another honor.

Broadway has been designated as one of the 10 Great Streets by the American Planning Association… 27 more words


Central West End Named in Top 10 Great Neighborhoods for 2014

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Planning Association (APA) announced Central West End in St. Louis earned the designation as one of the 10 Great Neighborhoods for 2014. 408 more words


Web Developer Gives Advice For Those Pursuing An IT Career In Houston

The creation and maintenance of high quality websites is essential to many businesses today. Making sure that consumers or employees can navigate the websites and find the information they need easily is key to having a strong business presence online, especially since more and more business is being conducted via the internet. 340 more words



Architect: Edgerton S. Rogers
Dates: 1890-1893
Address: 1700 Hampton Street, 2201 Shields Lake Drive

Maymont was built in 1890 as the Gilded Age estate of millionaire businessman and philanthropist James H. 337 more words


Crisis Response and Management in Gaza

A perfect storm is hitting the Gaza Strip.

Before Israel’s military assault this past July and August, the 1.8 million inhabitants of the Gaza Strip were living under a suffocating economic, cultural and political siege that made life unbearable. 423 more words


What is City Planning?

If you’ve followed my blog for a while you might be asking yourself: “What exactly is this city planning she keeps referencing? “. Well, I decided to dedicate a post to it! 547 more words