Join Us Friday to Celebrate the Launch of Issue 29!

Join Us Friday to Celebrate the Launch of Issue 29!

In Philadelphia this weekend? Then join the staff of Next American City at the AIA Center on Friday evening to celebrate the launch of Issue 29.

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This Friday, December 3, join the staff of Next American City for a party to celebrate the holidays and the launch of Issue 29, as well as the recent release of The Power of Pro Bono,NAC President & CEO John Cary’s new book.

The Community Design Collaborative is hosting the event, which is from 6-9pm.

The free event will take place at the AIA Philadelphia Center for Architecture, located at 1218 Arch Street, between 12th & 13th.

We hope you can make it. Please RSVP here. If you can’t make it and would like to receive Issue 29 of Next American City plus Issues 30-32, click here to subscribe.

About Issue 29:
In Issue No. 29, Next American City’s Willy Staley examines how federal urban policy has changed under Obama — and finds that Shaun Donovan’s Department of Housing and Urban Development is leading the transformation by fostering interagency cooperation and new strategies for urban development. Staff writer Rachel Somerstein considers urban policy from another angle in “Red State Urbanism,” which reveals how two cities in some of the most conservative parts of the nation — Salt Lake City and Oklahoma City — are embarking on bold urban revitalization projects. This issue also explores the coming challenges for the soon-to-be-public Zipcar, an in-depth look at how much stadiums cost taxpayers, and a roundtable interview with three experts about the power of the arts to make cities better.

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