Jessica Bellamy of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth discusses efforts to ensure that the revitalization of the Smoketown neighborhood aligns with the current residents.
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BY PATRICK PIUMA
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ON FEB 05, 2013
Patrick Piuma -- organizer of PKN Louisville -- develops a case for the need for more density in Louisville, particularly a dense, modern neighborhood just south of downtown in an effort to provide more housing options and position Louisville for the new century of global competition for talent and to improve the city's quality of place.
The Crowdsourced Neighborhood
BY JAMES ALFANDRE
@ VOL 10
ON OCT 14, 2013
James Alfandre goes into depth on the projects he's inititated to make his city a thriving haven of activity. He speaks of his experiences working with tenants, businesses, local government, and property owners in The Granary District of Salt lake City, to crowd-source the revitalization of this area into a diverse, inclusive and prosperous urban neighborhood.
Reactivating the NoLi Neighborhood
BY RICHARD YOUNG
@ VOL 14
ON OCT 16, 2014
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A Fashion Vision - Bespoke, Local and Global
BY ALEX MEARING
@ VOL 19
ON SEP 16, 2016
"I just felt like there was something else in me that needed to be expressed and released to the world."
In A Fashion Vision - Bespoke, Local and Global from PechaKucha Night Sunshine Coast Vol. 19, Alex Mearing talks about her vision for her work and how she has been building her brand and using social media to create and capture a market all over the world.
Based on the Sunshine Coast but with a global vision, Alex is a fashion designer who handcrafts made to measure, individually designed gowns and one of a kind wedding dresses. She also has a swimwear label called Klams. While she produces these in Brisbane, she sells them exclusively online through her website.