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kickstART Your Weekend with Some Good Reads: Bike Share for Toddlers, LeBron James and the Importance of Place, and Community-Based Arts Education

Our Friday update here at kickstART farmington highlights some great articles we’ve read this week dealing with art, creative placemaking, and building great communities. You’re sure to find some inspiration to make your life and our community even better! 189 more words


Chapter 1: This Is the Place: beautiful photos, and the beginning of what seems like a really interesting series of stories about diner regulars. 107 more words

Urban Life

Roundup 7-25-2014

Channelside – Ending With a Whimper and a Payout

For those familiar with litigation, it should come as no surprise that the Channelside complex lease/ownership/bankruptcy/auction saga ended with a settlement before the judge ruled on the issues.  4,306 more words

Economic Development

23 - Shards of Time

A piece of public art, designed by sculptor Peter Powning, was unveiled this year on Harbour Passage after much delay since it was supposed to have been installed back in 2010 during the Saint John 225 celebration.   37 more words

The Perils of Plein Air Drawing

Hot isn’t the right word. I feel like I might faint every time I pull my sketchbook out to draw Skopje 2014. What keeps me from heat stroke is my fear of Skopje’s drivers and bicyclists. 455 more words

Nosego - New Mural Los Angeles

Philadelphia based artist Nosego (Yis Goodwin) recently took a trip to Los Angeles where he was invited to paint a mural by Branded Arts and ThinkSpace Gallery.