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Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Journeys Into Achieving a societal sense of trust through a shared sense of basic values

Achieving a societal sense of trust through a shared sense of basic values

“Americans are desperate to find some large institution where people seem to get up in the morning and do the job that they were hired to do and do it in the right way.” So opined Retired Army Colonel Andrew Bacevich in a radio interview to John Hockenberry. It is his position that right now those values are Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 27, 20162:14 pm
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Journeys Into Benefits of Culinary Tourism

Benefits of Culinary Tourism

It is Fall Harvest time and for many communities that means Fall Community Suppers. In many places, these suppers are popular with locals and increasingly with visitors as well. These dinners often represent the best in being and making community. They also can mean good business as well. Food experience and, more importantly, they spend Read Article

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Friday, September 9, 2016
Journeys Into An American Paris Far from the Champs Elysees

An American Paris Far from the Champs Elysees

We stay away from politics here. But recently in a “Campaign 2016” article we came across the town of Paris, Kentucky. We were less interested in the partisan rhetoric contrasting Paris, Kentucky to Paris, France. Instead, we were drawn to Paris, Kentucky itself. By the look of things it is anchored by a pretty Main Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 9, 20165:15 pm
Sunday, August 14, 2016
Journeys Into From the National Main Street Center: “Making Your market A Dynamic Community Place”

From the National Main Street Center: “Making Your market A Dynamic Community Place”

Last spring, the National Main Street Center (NMSC) and Project for Public Spaces (PPS) presented “Cultivating Place in Main Street Communities”–a series of two-day Placemaking trainings in five states. As part of this program, PPS developed a free, downloadable guide on how to plan a community-oriented market that can also become an important economic driver. Read Article

Posted by: Admin 6:55 pm
Thursday, April 7, 2016
Journeys Into An Emotional Map

An Emotional Map

  Once upon a time, before the G.P.S., folks used maps to guide their travels. Among the “full service” provided by service stations was the availability of road maps. Those maps laid out state and primary roads (before the interstates). But they shed little light on what was at a locale or along the way. Read Article

Posted by: Admin April 7, 201611:56 pm
Saturday, March 19, 2016
Journeys Into How to Find A Local Story

How to Find A Local Story

  “….A foreign correspondent is just reporting on the neighbourhood stories where their shoes are. That is where all the best stories always are: where you are standing….” ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin March 19, 201610:13 pm
Saturday, February 20, 2016
Journeys Into “How to Explore a Small Town”

“How to Explore a Small Town”

Helpful tips so you won’t feel you’ved missed anything, courtesy of Texas Escapes Magazine  (http://www.texasescapes.com) “These suggestions are for the layperson, historical tourist, curious traveler, or anyone who enjoys the quiet and understated thrills of small town exploration”. ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin February 20, 20164:03 pm
Saturday, February 13, 2016
Journeys Into Getting to Your Smart Narrative & Beyond: Fallows on Places That Work – “People Know The Civic Story”

Getting to Your Smart Narrative & Beyond: Fallows on Places That Work – “People Know The Civic Story”

There’s a wonderful essay by James Fallows in the current issue of The Atlantic. Entitled “Eleven Signs a City Will Succeed”, it is a summation of James and Deb Fallows’s 54,000-mile journey around America in a single-engine plane. The article appears in the March print edition alongside the cover story, “Can America Put Itself Back Read Article

Posted by: Admin February 13, 201610:15 pm