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Resources for keyword: City



A New Civility Initiative in San Diego
Frederic Brussat
A call for initiatives to improve public discourse and spur political activism.

Silence as a Luxury Product
Frederic Brussat
On how silence has become a valued commodity.

A Lament for Dismaying Global Trends
Frederic Brussat
A report from the World Economic Forum ranks the 10 most important global trends

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The Language of Houses
Alison Lurie
Examples of what our buildings tell us about ourselves and our society.

An excerpt from On Looking
Alexandra Horowitz
A fascinating invitation to make the most out of ordinary walks around the block.

On Looking
Alexandra Horowitz
A fascinating invitation to make the most out of ordinary walks around the block.

The Human Age
Diane Ackerman
An optimistic picture of the future where wonder is a major spiritual practice.

Judgement
Pragito Dove
Bringing your attention to how you judge people

Stuff Matters
Mark Miodownik
A spiffy celebration of stuff such as steel, concrete, and glass.

An excerpt from Lunch
Megan Elias
An admirably eclectic and enlightening book on lunch written with elan and creativity.

Chinese Puzzle
Cedric Klapisch
A delightful French film about a writer, his many female friends and lovers, his adventures in Manhattan, and his yen for being a good father.

33
Richard Saul Wurman
An information architect's takes on understanding change, learning, and the wave of the future.

An excerpt from Soul and the City
Marcy Heidish
Communing with God in the noise, pollution, and crowds of the city.

Soul and the City
Marcy Heidish
Communing with God in the noise, pollution, and crowds of the city.

Finding Vivian Maier
John Maloof, Charlie Siskel
A documentary about the reclusive photographer Vivian Maier that is a bit weird and wonderful

The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete
George Tillman, Jr.
A powerful story that takes us into the universe of the poor where two abandoned boys struggle to survive during a long hot summer.

Happy City
Charles Montgomery
Reports on the humanizing redesign of cities and the rejoicing of urban dwellers who are thankful for the changes, especially the downplaying of cars.

Beyond the Possible
Cecil Williams, Janice Mirikitani
Miracles wrought in the urban ghetto by members of Glide Memorial Church.

It's Better to Jump
Gina Angelone, Patrick Stewart, Mouna Stewart
A startling documentary about life in Acre, an Israeli city on the sea filled with unhappy Palestinians who have lived there for generations.

The Great Beauty
Paolo Sorrentino
A sense-luscious Italian film set in Rome that depicts the emptiness of high society and the yearning for beauty that animates the city's most soulful residents.

Design for an Empathetic World
Sim Van der Ryn
Presentation of an architect's spiritual quest influencing his design paradigm to accentuate human use, empathy for the natural environment, and the common good.

How Artists See
Colleen Carroll
A portable museum of art that engages the senses and stimulates the imagination.

An excerpt from Cities Are Good for You
Leo Hollis
Positive thoughts on the pleasures and complexities of city life.


 

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