This Little Free Food Pantry speaks the universal language of kindness.
Meet YT. She is Today’s Nice Stranger. I met her while Traveling at the Speed of Bike in Clarkston, Georgia (the most diverse square mile in the United States). I used to do research and […]
So I’m about to kick off Year 4 as a League Cycling Instructor (LCI) with the League of American Bicyclists, and I’m curious about what’s next on this strange and interesting journey upon which I […]
And there I stood almost interminably, my bike laying at my feet, my head in hands which were now drenched with tears. I had wandered off the path while I was riding back to Clarkston […]
I was riding Attica from here to there in the most diverse square mile in the USA the other day, where refugees-of-war carry the weight of atrocities as I pass them with my little smile […]
Free Art Friday is a thing in many cities. Artists leave their art out in public for others to find and keep, and they communicate clues about the whereabouts via photos on social media. The […]
Hey, it’s the little things, right? But actually, this bike bell is fairly important (and this bike didn’t have one yet). It is etiquette to give audible signal when passing someone via bike on a […]
On a day with yet more bad news (yet another school shooting, yet more senseless death), I was happy to just receive an email from Luma Mufleh, founder of the Fugees Family/Academy, the only school […]