HBCUs are Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and the City of Atlanta is a hotbed for them, some started the year the Civil War ended, all located adjacent to each other on the Westside just […]
Tag: Ride Spot
It’s quiet at Atlanta’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities right now. The students have been elsewhere since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, yet the contractors and guards are still tending and gatekeeping, pleasantly greeting […]
Meet Matt. He’s Today’s Nice Stranger. He gets to paint new cycletracks green. I met him while Traveling at the Speed of Bike to work on my new free Ride Spot tour yesterday featuring Atlanta’s […]
Wondering Where to Wander?
Grab your Artsy Bike water bottle and let’s go! Wait, not so fast. It’s crowded out there in the usual spots for bike riding in Metro Atlanta, and that’s a (good) problem because that means […]
MARTA Murals (And a Shout-Out to the Media)
I finally finished the narrative for the first of two MARTA Mural tours I’ve created as a People for Bikes Ambassador. You can see it here. Here’s the route: And, by the way, if you’re […]
Next Bike Tour: MARTA Murals!
So an organization named Midtown Alliance sent me this face mask designed by the same artist who created the mural at the Midtown MARTA transit station (Andrew Catanese, pictured below, who was a Today’s Nice […]
Damn. This “Trust” Thing Works
So, first of all, I finished the “Dunwoody Painted Picnic Tables while Traveling at the Speed of Bike” self-guided tour for you, but that’s not even the story. Something so big (that may seem small […]
I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Art!
I’ve been so art-starved out here in suburbia during this pandemic and now there’s THIS beautiful sprinkling of creativity all over the place! I love this project! The Metro Atlanta city of Dunwoody has added […]