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Zachary Lively

Observationalist, Humorist, Guitarist, Harmonicist, Museum Administratorist in St. Augustine

The Short Tempered Guide to Keeping One's Cool in a Hot & Bothered Tourism Town

PRESENTED ON JUN 21, 2016
IN ST. AUGUSTINE @ VOL 9

Zachary Lively shares how he keeps his cool while dealing with tourists in St. Augustine. Lively lives in St. Augustine, and his work depends on tourists. But he knows it's not always easy to deal with the influx of people that come to enjoy the amazing town, so he has provided us with very rhythmic advice on how to keep our cool. 

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Too Hot & No One Is Bothered

BY ANGELA SHERRER
@ VOL 9 ON JUN 21, 2016

Angela Sherrer is a lawyer and a teacher, and she is asking us to pay attention. If we love our planet, we need to keep our eyes open and see what's happening around us. Conservationilsts aren't always who we think they are, and choices aren't always easy to make when you're on the frontline. 

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Hot and Bothered on a Tuesday

BY DAWN HUTCHINS
@ VOL 9 ON JUN 21, 2016

Dawn Hutchins shares how she prepared for the worst. 

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Tourism Center "Ryba Andriі" Development of Regional Tourism

BY KHRYSTYNA SAMOILOVA
@ VOL 3 ON SEP 24, 2016

Khrystyna Samoilova toldstory about creation Tourism center "Ryba Andriі" one of the most successful tourism organizations in Dnipropetrovsk region. More than 2 years "Ryba Andriі" is organizing city, regional and country tours. Now they have an interesting experience for sharing on Pecha Kucha Night. 

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Kryvyi Rih as the Center of Industrial Tourism

BY LINA OVSYUK
@ VOL 4 ON DEC 17, 2016

Kryvyi Rih as the center of industrial tourism

Some time ago idea about Kryvyi Rih as a tourist center was unrealistic. But some enthusiasts became develop industrial tourism, show opencast mines, adits, and industrial landscapes as tourist attractions. 

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A Lonely Planet Guide to Japan

BY SIMON RICHMOND
@ VOL 17 ON MAY 22, 2017

In this extra special PechaKucha given to announce the location and concept of Japan House London on 22 May 2017, Simon Richmond, a contributor to Lonely Planet's guide to Japan and Tokyo, provides 20 reasons of why Japan is such a great place to visit.

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Township & Tourism, SidebySide

BY JASON WOOLF
@ VOL 50 ON SEP 04, 2018

Cape Town is one of the most divided, and yet pluralist, cities in the world. After growing up in the US for the majority of his childhood, social entrepreneur, musician and cultural activist Jason Woolf moved to the city and confronted the absurdity head-on. This is his story of living in Khayelitsha and building Umbiyozo Foundation, South Africa’s largest alliance of traditional song-and-dance community projects, as well as his plan to revitalize and unite the city, in partnership with the tourism industry.

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Creating an Alternative Tourist Guide to Japan

BY CHRIS LOUGHLAN
@ VOL 16 ON OCT 17, 2018

Chris Loughlan is CEO Cambridge Institute for Innovation. Working with a range of organisations in the UK on innovation strategy, skills and evaluation. He is concerned about the impact that tourism has on the world and is in the process of creating an alternative guide to Japan in time for the Rugby World Tour and the 2020 Olympic Games.  

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Walls and Spoken Word Poetry

BY MELIZARANI T. SELVA
@ VOL 6 ON AUG 16, 2018

Melizarani T. Selva is a spoken word poet, showrunner, educator and co-curator of George Town Literary Festival 2018. To date, she has performed in six countries and represented Malaysia at the prestigious Commonwealth People's Forum in London and the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival. Her notable performances include, TEDxGateway in Mumbai and Ubud Writers and Readers Festival. Her first book titled ‘Taboo’ made Top 10 Best-Seller List on Malaysia’s No.1 Online Bookstore (MPH). To date, her poems have been translated in French by Éditions Jentayu and in Bahasa Malaysia by Malaysia’s National Institute of Language and Literature. Presently, she runs Kuala Lumpur's monthly poetry open mic, ’If Walls Could Talk’, a bilingual poetry slam,‘Slamokrasi’ and teaches performance poetry at international and national schools. This presentation is about Walls, also a monthly spoken word poetry event.

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Can Tourism be Sustainable?

BY CHRIS LOUGHLAN
@ VOL 20 ON MAY 15, 2019

The Rugby World Cup 2019 and the Olympic Games 2020 spurred Chris Loughan into investigating how tourism can become more sustainable. His efforts have met with mixed responses but with more and more tourist attractions trying to balance the economic and environmental effects of increasing numbers of tourists, Chris's guide to sustainable tourism is slowly gaining attention.