Two notable journals have recently furthered SBC ideas, including the urban diary, and more expansive ways to understand the city today.  First, in the new issue of The Journal of Public Space, Chuck Wolfe writes about the LEARN (Look, Engage, Assess, Review, and Negotiate) approach that evolved from the Urban Thinkers’ Campus in Cairns and Townsville, Australia in 2018.  Second. in a late-April review of Urbanism Without Effort in the Journal of the American Planning Association, Floyd Lapp observes that “[t]his book may be one of the best-kept secrets of current planning literature.”