As a proud Canadian, I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention that Canada Week is about to begin in Phoenix. It seems that this year organizers made arrangements with Mother Nature to make it a little more realistic with the freezing weather that has hit the Valley the past couple of …
District 4 Tom Simplot issued the following statement clarifying City Council’s December decision on Phoenix’s notorious reverse lanes.
My local public transit agency has sponsored a series of catchy music videos with local bands singing about the virtues of public transit.
“A Bunch of Crock: An Exercise in Futility,” Safwat Saleem’s visually irreverant, and textually probing, installation continues through January First Friday. This is your last chance to see this amazing, humorous KickStarter funded exhibit that pulls no punches in exposing the many faces of racism. Pick up your quirky piece …
Teresa Stickler, owner of Melrose Pharmacy, was Chairperson of Phoenix’s Ad Hoc Task Force on Reverse Lanes. Now that the report has been presented, she is able to speak freely.
The ongoing economic crisis is result of a generation of poor policy and economic decisions make at all levels of government and by individuals of all political persuasions.
A short animation about the global monthly Critical Mass bike ride.
I would like to wish all my readers a happy Thanksgiving. I hope you are able to be with your friends and family to share this holiday.
Building real social capital is not easy. It requires regular contact and interaction with friends and neighbors.
Schelling points are ‘nodes of unconscious coordination” that people in cities around the word have historically used to make sense of urban place.