Monthly Archives: June 2015

Ear Bud Security

On most Fridays, I do a quick happy hour with my co-worker and her boyfriend to kick off our weekends.  Afterwards, I will head over to another local spot to meet friends, or take the subway straight home.  As I queue up my iPod when we part ways, her boyfriend always calls out the same […]

Submissions Open for the New Urbanism Film Festival 2015

Are you a film maker exploring topics of bicycling, architecture, or some other aspect of the current urban renaissance?  The New Urbanism Film Festival is now taking submissions for the 2015 festival through June 30th. For three years now, NUFF has been showcasing films that feature the city as a cultural hub.  If you’ve got […]

Under the 6th Street Bridge

Last Sunday, I made the difficult decision to pass on CicLAvia, one of my favorite LA institutions, to bask in a piece of local history while it’s still around: the 6th Street Bridge. The historic 6th Street Bridge, which goes over the LA River, was opened in 1933.  It’s iconic concrete pillars and steel arches […]