Join writers from The Blue Review No. 3 for an open forum on The City and “Creeping Suburbanization” on Friday, October 4 at Boise State’s new downtown lab on the corner of Front and Capitol.

This issue of The Blue Review asks critical questions about what makes urban development in the West, and particularly in Boise urban? From street grids, to building height to the very fonts used on shop signs, what does “urban” mean to you and what does it mean for Boise? Join our writers, experts and Boise State planning students for a lively discussion and check out our new downtown digs!

Date: Friday, Oct. 4, 2013

Time: Doors open at 5:30, discussion from 6-7, to be continued on a roving basis thereafter…

Location: 301 S. Capitol Boulevard, Boise ID 83702

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