Monthly Archives: August 2016

Responses: How will we live tomorrow?

How will we live tomorrow? “We have lost faith in science. It began with the Cold War, when ‘duck and cover’ didn’t give us confidence against the threat of nuclear war. White-coated scientists lost their prestige. Then science began to … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 293 – Anniston AL to Mountain Brook, AL

August 24, 2016 – Partly cloudy, 90 degrees Miles Today: 78 Miles to Date: 15,077 States to Date: 41  After two days of being spoiled by the Silver Comet / Chief Ladiga Trails it was hard to share the pavement … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 292 – Piedmont AL to Anniston AL

August 23, 2016 – Partly cloudy, 80 degrees Miles Today: 29 Miles to Date: 14,970 States to Date: 41 Cycling through Piedmont, a town that has seen better days, reminds me of something a guy in Atlanta said. “The Civil … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Aaron Marcavitch, Executive Director, Maryland Milestones, Greenbelt, MD

Rexford Tugwell, a man with an aristocratic name and impeccable white suits, ran the Resettlement Administration under FDR’s New Deal. In 1937 Greenbelt, MD – a new town modeled on Europe’s Garden City movement, became one of the agency’s most … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 291 – Marietta GA to Piedmont AL

August 22, 2016 – Partly cloudy, 80 degrees Miles Today: 78 Miles to Date: 14,941 States to Date: 41  My host, Ali, and I went to mile zero of the Silver Comet Trail, the biggest bicycle trailhead I’ve seen. Even … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 290 – Atlanta GA to Marietta GA

August 21, 2016 – Partly cloudy, 80 degrees Miles Today: 28 Miles to Date: 14,863 States to Date: 41  I woke late to overcast skies and coasted down five flights of parking ramp from my host’s apartment to the streets … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Tonia Burnette, Cannon Design, Baltimore MD

Tonia Burnette is an architect who’s dedicated her career to healthcare design. We had the pleasure of working together on Baltimore projects when she was in a local firm. As my life evolved toward Haiti, writing, and cycling, she moved … Continue reading

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