17 hrs ago
Creative Loafing Atlanta
City releases RFP for bike-share program in Atlanta
Office drones, college students, and tourists who wish they could "check out" a bicycle from a corner kiosk for a few hours and pedal around Atlanta might soon get their wish.
21 hrs ago
Denver board OKs Sterling Historic District
Downtown business owners don't have their historic district yet, but as of Friday it looks like they can safely start getting their hopes up.
Thu May 23, 2013
The Wall Street Journal
Leak Probe Launched in Downtown Washington
Washington officials launched a broad leak investigation Wednesday that has exposed government waste dating back as far as 1897-a probe that could lead, some say, to the very steps of the White House.
Tue May 21, 2013
Downtown Durham Inc. hires new leader
Durham, 42, starts his new job in July, DDI announced Monday. He succeeds Bill Kalkhof, who led the organization for 20 years before retiring at the end of April.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Viewpoints: Are the naysayers wanting Sacramento to fail?
Why are so many so angry over the Kings staying in Sacramento? Judging by online reaction of Bee readers, you would think someone had stolen their firstborn.
Sun May 19, 2013
Suburbia the new face of poverty
With most of Americans now living in suburbs, it should be no surprise that poverty has become more of a suburban problem than an urban one.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Jersey Journal
2013 Jersey Shore Guide: Atlantic County beaches
Everything you need to know about beaches in Atlantic County during the summer of 2013, from beach fees to parking facilities to lifeguard schedules: Lifeguards: 10 a.m.-6 p.m., with limited coverage from Memorial Day to June 28, then full staffing at 41 locations from Caspian to Jackson avenues through Labor Day.
Last segment of Great Allegheny Passage bike trail complete
When Charles Lofstrom heard last year that the final section of trail needed to complete the Great Allegheny Passage would be finished this year, he was so overjoyed that he bought himself a new bike, a sweet Cannondale Synapse, to celebrate.
Fri May 17, 2013
Great Allegheny Passage bicycle trail to Washington, D.C., opens today
Linda McKenna Boxx, president of the Allegheny Trail Alliance, said contractors are still on site completing a few tasks, but the route that crosses Sandcastle Waterpark and the neighboring Keystone Metals scrap yard is safe for cyclists.
Wed May 15, 2013
Wednesday Afternoon Commute - Whereas
Remember the NASA bike share thing from last week. Two things - I've ridden one of the bikes a couple of times and though clunkier than a CaBi, they get the job done; and one of the major contractors here has forbidden their employees from riding them because it's too risky.
Inside Bay Area
Childhood experiences help fulfill adult dreams -- Local authors...
Donna Kaulkin and Cinda MacKinnon have a lot to celebrate this month -- they've turned their childhood storytelling skills and dreams of writing a novel into reality.
Financial News & Daily Record
The deadline for nominations is 5 p.m. May 31. For information, visit the Council Web page at coj.net. * The City Downtown Investment Authority meets at 2 p.m. today in the Don Davis Room at City Hall.
Tue May 14, 2013
Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space
Mistaking run of the mill "nimbyism" for racism
The Post's online RootDC section has a piece that ran in the paper a few days ago, " Squabble over U Street restaurant offers close-up on city's constant change ," about how resident opposition to the noise from outdoor seating at The Islander, a many decades old Caribbean restaurant in the U Street corridor is racially-driven. From the article: ... (more)
Thu May 09, 2013
Total Electronic Fetal Monitoring Immersion Seminar
You can attend your first AAJ Education program at 25% off, if you are an AAJ member & have been admitted to the bar for five years or less.
The Hartford Courant
Kevin Rennie No Wrongdoing Here, Just Some Distractions
You pay attention to the wrong things. That's what three politicians claimed when caught in betrayals of the public interest in the past two weeks.
Wed May 08, 2013
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Sacramento arts agency seeks to restore vandalized Sojourner Truth statue
For 15 years, a sculpture of abolitionist Sojourner Truth watched over the south patio of the Sacramento Convention Center at 13th and K streets.
The Jersey Journal
About 1K to participate in Police Unity Tour in N.J. Tuesday
Bicyclists in the 2011 Police Unity Tour stopped for lunch at the Target parking lot in Downtown Jersey City on Monday, May 9, 2011.
The Indianapolis Star
Immigration reform supporters pray at Sen. Donnelly's office
Activists supporting a path to citizenship for undocumented residents held an unannounced prayer vigil this morning in U.S. Sen.
Opinion: Eminent domain is the answer at 1 Light St.
The historic Southern Hotel is long gone, razed by a developer who never could get his project, 1 Light St., done.