So I get this email from a woman named Elina Ishchenko. She is the Ukrainian founder of a sustainable children’s furniture company named Two Giraffes. Would I be interested in interviewing her? Yes. Yes, I […]
Bikes are sold out in many stores across the USA right now, in cities that are dangerous by design. A technology platform is accepting applications until May 15 to help quickly create safer access for all ages and abilities.
As children are increasingly marching in protests all over the world, I decided that my next found-space guerrilla art exhibit will feature street photography I’ve taken while Traveling at the Speed of Bike (of course) that […]
My suburb-city recently cut down 300 trees to install two artificial turf playing fields at a public middle school (see Stumped). These are being used for sports leagues at night and on weekends, and for […]
I came upon this cute scene while Traveling at the Speed of Bike today and was reminded of the version of that Mommy-and-Me classic Head and Shoulders, Knees and Toes that I made up to […]
I have been crossing the bridge as a parent, and my job is now done. My older daughter, a full-fledged adult now after being graduated from the University of Pittsburgh as a Chancellor’s Scholar last […]
When I was in high school, one of the phrases on my French vocabulary test was “le sit-in protest.” Those were the times in which we grew up. Today, children and young adults across the […]