Improved Registration for #ChicagoBiennial Events: An Embarrassment of Riches

I’ve been searching for a better phrase to define the Chicago Architecture Biennial, but the one in this title will have to do. Jane’s WalkCHICAGO and Friends of Downtown are presenting a total of three events during the Biennial. The first are described here, with buttons at hand to ease registration. For the Saturday Walk: […]

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 […]

Welcome to Jane’sWalkCHICAGO!

I’ve always REALLY loved cities. Being in them, walking around in them, watching people, feeling the buildings and the space around me. Those are the number one things in my personal hierarchy – I can’t separate these activities from each other. Talking and reading about cities is second. So it made sense that in May […]