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Tag Archives: Phil Cooley
I have blogged before about the problems that we caused when we stopped building our neighborhoods for people and started building them for cars. The example that I used in the post that is linked above was a comparison … Continue reading
You may remember my blog post of January 4, 2012 on Ponyride. Well, I promised an update on the Phil Cooley led experiment in entrepreneurship and city building. I am glad to report that Phil and Co. are doing wonderful … Continue reading
“The world is but a canvas to the imagination.” — Henry David Thoreau Something truly magical is happening in the City of Detroit. And very few know about it. A quick perusal of my biography will tell you that I … Continue reading
Happy New Year! Phil Cooley and a host of friends and like minded colleagues have been working in an old industrial building in the Corktown neighborhood of Detroit for months. Their goal? To create a unique space for creatives and … Continue reading
Check out the new audio feed from last night’s Prosperity Agenda on WJR, featuring co-host Stephen Henderson of the Detroit Free Press. The subject: how to make vibrant, 21st century places. Guests include walkability expert Dan Burden, Traverse City-based expert … Continue reading