ARRRRRRRRRGH. Saturday, September 19th is officially international talk like a pirate day. So NYC is getting on board, with a bike ride.
Time’s Up will be organizing a pirate ride. 2:30 PM Union Square Park South Summary: Arr, matey… In celebration of International Talk Like a Pirate Day, we’ll be taking to the [...]
I’m working on Myrtle Ave taking snapshots of the bikers going by:
****************** 1. VIDEO COMMITTEE MEETING Monday, September 14th, 6:30 p.m. 156 Rivington Street, between Suffolk and Clinton Streets ****************** 2. FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE/ SPACE UPDATE MEETING Monday, September 14th, 7:30 p.m. 156 Rivington Street, between Suffolk and Clinton Streets ****************** 3. PARK(ing) DAY Friday, September 18th, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 156 Rivington Street between [...]
Ok, I just can’t help it but this is such a great response to the antics of a racist Republican from South Carolina who can’t keep his mouth shut when his President is speaking.
Keith Olbermann from MSNBC makes a nice point about presidents who really do lie.
This story comes from Joe Hendry who archives all news about couriers on his site: messmedia.org
Bike courier returns $20,000 he found sitting atop ATM
By: Carolin Vesely Winnipeg Free Press, September 14, 2009
As someone who makes his living delivering important envelopes — many of which contain sensitive financial information [...]
The baby had a bit of a cold so I wasn’t able to check out the Bike Jumble swap meet. Luckily Allen from cycling WMD has a full report and pictures.
One way we can express ourselves politically is to vote, when not too busy holding signs of Obama as Hitler and being afraid federal death panels are going to pull the plug on Grandma.
Voting is a bit less time consuming and angry, but you generally don’t get prime time news coverage on Glen [...]
Looks like Sunday’s in September are car free on Myrtle Ave.
Come see the neighborhood of Fort Greene, Mytle between Clinton & Emerson.
More info at www.myrtleavenue.org
Walking around the hood, I kind of like this statement on failed development in Brooklyn.