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This weekend, my neighbor and my husband organized a home screening of the documentary The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces by William H. Whyte in order to advance our collective thinking about Parcel B. Made in the mid-1970's, this ground-breaking and entertaining documentary is...

Transition Culver City organized a fantastic event as part of 350.org's Moving Planet action this Saturday (09/24/11). Our Alternative Transportation Parade gathered around 60 cyclists and walkers to explore and reflect on low or no-carbon solutions to getting around Culver City. We: decorated bikes met the Honey Love bee ...

Just attended a reception for the National Women's Political Caucus L.A. Westside, where I've been given the great distinction of joining the 2012 Remarkable Women Calendar, alongside Attorney General Kamala Harris, Assemblymembers Holly Mitchell, Betsy Butler, and amazing leaders for social justice, reproductive freedom, political...

I made (and ate) a clafoutis au poires instead of writing a blog post. Emilien said: "If there were a dessert contest, you'd be the winner!" Suddenly, I don't feel so bad about being such an irregular blogger...

The L.A. Times compared the conspicuous lack of congestion during the closure of 10 miles of the 405 freeway this weekend to the now utterly embarrassing end-of-millenium scare, "Carmageddon could turn out to be the biggest non-event since Y2K." The mother of all traffic jams...