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Reclaim privately owned public space through a pedestrian hour of architecture, history, performance, absurdity and joy!
27 backers pledged $1,033 to help bring this project to life.
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    Footloose flanuer: Unlimited supply of high-fives from organizers Brian Nesin, David Grider, Graham Coreil-Allen and Christina Kelly.

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    Driftin' detourner: High-fives, plus your very own signed, archival print of the official New Public Sites, Holly Whyte Way map.

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    Visionary crosswalker: High-fives, the signed, archival print, plus your name on the back of the free maps we are giving out to all participants!

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    Radical Pedestrian: High-fives, the signed map, you participation fame, and a limited edition, custom embroidered F-POPS, Holly Whyte Way patch!

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