A genealogy: #Holly Whyte, #Jane Jacobs and #Jane’s WalkCHICAGO

Crawling into the dog days of August, there was a terrific blog post on the website of The Project for Public Spaces this week (and also on Twitter), summarizing the career of William (“Holly”) Whyte.  As a recovering New Yorker, I knew some of his story, but this post added lots of fascinating and informative […]

“The ability of places to catalyze the imagination” – Jane’s Walks, summed up

Amidst the absurd embarrassment of riches online, I stumbled yesterday on this article on the wonderful website http://www.nextcity.org (if you don’t read it, you should), and the first paragraphs encapsulated for me what the global Jane’s Walk adventure is all about. See what you think: “According to research done by Jeremy Wells, a scholar in […]

Calling all 2014 Chicago Jane’s Walkers!

For the second year in a row, the Jane’s Walk Project Office in Toronto is putting together the Jane’s Walk Annual. It’s a beautifully designed book of photographs and stories that captures some of the highlights of the global Jane’s Walk festival. Check out last year’s here! Chicago had such a strong local participation this […]