Mar 122012
 
When Little People Take Over Big Streets

Yesterday was the kickoff to the 2012 Sunday Streets season in San Francisco, an event that creates a large, temporary, public space by closing off stretches of a neighborhood’s streets to automobile traffic, and opening them to pedestrians, bicyclists, and activities. The opener to what promises to be another glorious season of people-powered streets took place along the Embarcadero, from Mariposa @ 3rd Street at the southern end all the way to Fisherman’s Wharf. We’re dig deeper

Oct 252011
 

Aside from having a great name, these guys really brought the street down yesterday at Sunday Streets. No HTTP transports could execute GET to http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/videos/amBk2LfiVJw?v=2&key=AI39si5uUzupiQW9bpzGqZRrhvqF3vBgRqL-I_28G1zWozmdNJlskzMDQEhpZ-l2RqGf_6CNWooL96oJZRrqKo-eJ9QO_QppMg

Jun 202011
 
Pedal Power to the Music People!

by Sven Eberlein A couple of days ago the 6th annual Bicycle Music Festival, the largest 100% bicycle-powered music festival in the world, took place in San Francisco. Starting at Old Cabin Meadow in Golden Gate Park, the event then went mobile with a Live on Bike performance ride from Golden Gate Park to Potrero Hill, with the night time portion of the event happening at the Showplace Triangle at 16th & Wisconsin. I was dig deeper

Apr 092011
 

This is a really cool bike rap put together by the city of Amsterdam to call attention to how much of the 17th and 18th century city remains not as a museum but as a living, breathing, charming city as the city was once defined. No HTTP transports could execute GET to http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/videos/EOkqTDdtlc4?v=2&key=AI39si5uUzupiQW9bpzGqZRrhvqF3vBgRqL-I_28G1zWozmdNJlskzMDQEhpZ-l2RqGf_6CNWooL96oJZRrqKo-eJ9QO_QppMg I got turned on to it during a talk by the Dutch Consul General Bart van Bolhuis, San Francisco Board of Supervisors dig deeper