How Buses and Bicycling Improve Cities

Posted October 22, 2019 by

New Books Highlight Green Transit Strategies From New York City’s 14th Street to San Francisco’s Market Street, cities are finally stopping cars from dominating the urban landscape. But there is much work left to be done.  This makes two new
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22nd United Nations Association Film Festival Reviews

Posted October 22, 2019 by

Whatever feelings a person may have about the Chinese government’s machinery of dissention repression, its effectiveness in obstructing political naysaying can’t be denied.  The Great Firewall of China blocks Chinese Internet users from easily accessing information about their government’s brutal
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5 Blocks: A Must See Film on SF’s Mid-Market

Posted October 22, 2019 by

Film Shows Thursday Night at Tenderloin Museum San Francisco’s Mid-Market may be the city’s least understood neighborhood. While everyone agrees that Mid-Market’s long decline needs to be reversed, there is disagreement on how to accomplish this and what defines “success.”
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