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Doubtless many of you have already heard of this awesome blog Original Green by Steve Mouzon, but I just found out about it today. Another very kindred spirit! Check out the sprawl 12-step recovery program: http://www.originalgreen.org/blog/sprawl-recovery—a-12-step.html
I was just poking around the Bike Month website, and came across this ad (for once, a useful web ad). It looks like this has some legs! er, wheels! http://www.bicyclecity.com/ A car-free city in South Carolina is planned south of … Continue reading
The Chapel Hill Herald reported Sunday, Feb 13 on The Orange County commissioners recent retreat, a floundering discussion about how to invigorate our long-stagnant local economy. That’s no surprise to some who have been actively working for more ecologically sound … Continue reading
In 2006, my wife and I visited Poland for a week and a half. One place we hope to get to but never reached was Lvov, just over the Ukrainian border. Recently, I read about a fantastic public art project in the city. One of the buildings in the city has been decorated with a giant crossword puzzle. Continue reading