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In 2012, an artist in London created an interactive "invisible fence" that passersby couldn't resist. Check out the City Lab article Parks Weren't Always for Everybody  for the history behind the article's title, disappearing park railings during World War II, and how the public space created by their disappearance is remembered today.

Composition # 16 / Phantom Railings - Malet St Gardens, Bloomsbury,... from Catalina Pollak on Vimeo.

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FANTASTIC blog about playgrounds: Playscapes

 

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Pretty much everything you ever needed to know about play.

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Playgroundology, an emerging social science. 

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Ethan's grandmother gave him a gift of $25. He gave $20 to ATOP so more Atlanta kids will have great places to play. He kept $5 to get something cool for himself. We think Ethan is pretty cool!

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