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Three things that could…

Three things that could make Sacramento a “world class city.” Public drinking fountains, at least one every eighth mile Public restrooms, at least on every quarter mile Trash and recycle cans, at least one corner of every major intersection Sacramento … Continue reading

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Theatre: Winter 2014-2015

Though I’ve seen a few play multiple times, most particularly Into the Woods, I had never seen a play in two different theatres over a short period of time. Last fall I saw Ideation at San Francisco Playhouse, and then … Continue reading

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What would a REAL Earth Day look like?

Two things brought to mind Earth Day today, one an article in Orion on red, black & GREEN, and the other an email. I think Earth Day, as it is practiced today, is dead. We need something new, something real. … Continue reading

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ADT: Sacramento to Antioch 2013-06

Continuing my gradual completion of the California portion of the American Discovery Trail (ADT), I rode my bike from Sacramento to Antioch. The route largely follows the Sacramento River into the delta. Though I’ve walked all the portions to the … Continue reading

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local AND organic at Sac Sunday farmers market

I was at the Sacramento Sunday Farmers Market (state parking lot, 8th & W) this morning, and since it was earth day, thinking about food sources. If I had to choose, I’d choose local over organic, but when I don’t … Continue reading

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Tweed Ride Sacramento

So much fun with so many interesting people on a variety of bikes. Starting with breakfast at One Speed, we rode across the Sac State bridge, along the American River Parkway, back across the railroad bridge to Bows & Arrows … Continue reading

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Sacramento

I am now living in Sacramento. Many friends already know, but I’m sure some to not. I took a job with San Juan Unified School District as a Safe Routes to School Coordinator for the eleven K-8 grade schools in … Continue reading

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