Posts from the ‘inspiration’ category

How Genius Gets Around…

Came across this photo as I was biking an errand and stopped for lunch at a local biker favorite. Turns out it was taken on February…

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A solstice message from ancient roots

It is quite puzzling that cultures across much of the northern hemisphere have chosen the season when the earth’s tilt provides for much darkness and quiet…

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Spanish Moss: Music Meets Mobilization

After my article about putting the Heat on Chevron this summer got published this weekend in Yes Magazine and Common Dreams, I got a Facebook message…

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Sunday Streets SF: Love me Tenderloin Edition

Two weekends ago, San Francisco’s migrating street party known as Sunday Streets found itself a warm spot right smack in the middle of the city’s Tenderloin…

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Lessons for building an ecocity culture

This article was originally published at Matador Network. Note: I added a few more links & photos. Photo: Jean-Dominique Billaud Quick: Name a few cities that…

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“They’re making art out of recycled crap!”

The Art of Recology: The Artist in Residence Program 1990-2013 San Francisco Airport Museum, March – October 2013 United Terminal 3 (exhibition viewable by ticketed passengers)…

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A Declaration of INTERdependence

Independence is a big and important word in American history and culture. A noble concept in and of itself, it reaches far and deep into the…

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“Real Mormons Love Everyone!” – SF Gay Pride 2013, Photo Feast

You know you’ve come a long way in the fight for equality when the people you come across at the Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco…

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Chevron touts big oil profits = past. Cyclists generate people power = future. Bike the Math rocks!

Well, there couldn’t be a better symbolism of yesterday’s shareholder meeting at Chevron’s San Ramon headquarters than today’s headliner in the business section of the San…

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Biking the train to the swap meet, or life in a carbon-proportionate world

About a month ago I got a snapshot of what it might be like to live in a less fossil-fueled and growth-driven world. I had been…

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