The very same people responsible for Rochester’s Greentopia Festival are expanding the Greentopia brand this year to include a series of film screenings. My heart skipped a beat when I learned they’ll be bringing Gary Hustwit’s Urbanized to the Little Theatre for a one-night-only event featuring a panel discussion afterwards. I’ve been waiting for this movie to hit Rochester for months. Now I won’t have to travel to someone else’s city to see it!
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Greentopia Film & Little Theatre Present, ‘Urbanized’, February 2.Saturday, January 21st, 2012
Tags: Gary Hustwit, Greentopia Festival, Joni Monroe, Little Theatre, Mike Governale, Richard Perrin, Urbanized, Wayne Goodman
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Reconnect Rochester Takes Transportation Issues to the CandidatesMonday, February 21st, 2011
While Rochester searches for its next mayor to take office and begin the arduous task of planning the City’s future, Reconnect Rochester is taking the issues to the candidates and the candidates to the people.
Tags: Alex White, American Planning Association (APA), American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), Ann Lewis, Gleason Works, Harry Davis, Joni Monroe, Landmark Society of Western New York, Reconnect Rochester, Rochester, Rochester chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Rochester Regional Community Design Center, Thomas Richards, transportation policy, William A. Johnson
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Harry Davis for Rochester City CouncilSunday, August 9th, 2009
On September 15, 2009, there’ll be a gentleman on the Democratic primary ballot for Rochester City Council. Harry Davis is a big advocate for Rochester, sustainable urban planning, and rail transit …That’s all it took for us to take notice. Mr. Davis doesn’t have a long political resume or a lot of connections with big names. He’s a graduate of Brighton High School (1969), owned an antique store on Park Avenue, ran a small alternative Rochester newspaper called The Journal, and traveled around a bit while working as a video producer for Greenpeace. From my brief conversation with Mr. Davis, I’d say whatever he lacks in political experience he more than makes up for with heart and enthusiasm. Take this self-produced anti-RenSquare ad for instance…
Tags: Bill Reed, Brighton High School, Democrat, design charette, election, Evan Lowenstein, Greenpeace, Harry Davis, High Falls, high speed rail, Joni Monroe, Mayor Duffy, New York, NY, Renaissance Square, Rochester City Council, Roger Brown, The Journal, urban planning, vote, Working Families Party
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