photo courtesy of Carden Wyckoff Meet Carden Wyckoff. She calls herself a wheelchair warrior at six miles per hour. She’s everywhere, advocating for: curb cuts, access-for-all during construction, elevators that work, bike lanes with real […]
Pictured is Johanna DeCotis Smith, who, along with her husband Cole Smith, was my bike tour guide of the Atlanta Beltline so many years ago! See photos and story here*. Fun fact: Johanna actually rode […]
In separate news, there’s a giant bird feeder in the “piazza” at the High Museum of Art in Midtown Atlanta, and I have a LOT of questions . . .
So I looked up at this lady in the lobby of Atlanta’s High Museum of Art while trying to eat a salad (bad choice after Novocaine), and thought about the past two weeks of being […]
One presenter crossed the stage at the Fox Theater on an electric scooter; another on an ebike. Other presenters arrived on different scooters and bikes, and Kevin Green, the CEO of Midtown Alliance, took center […]
Jump dockless and electric bikeshare, now owned by Uber, just launched this week in Atlanta, making it the 13th North American city where it’s available. Jump folks were giving out helmets and sunglasses yesterday in […]
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 […]
In September of this year, an organization named Pianos for Peace placed 50 local-artist-designed pianos all over metropolitan Atlanta. Additional public pianos had already been placed the year before by another organization. Many of them […]