In a secret underground lair somewhere deep below Europe, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is hunched over a map of…
Bru ha ha ha ha ha. My bike is an instrument of Agenda 21.
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January 23rd is National Pie Day, and we at eatdrinkTC can certainly get behind any day dedicated to pie!
Who can resist pie, especially on National Pie Day!? Andy and Laura from EatDrinkTC give us an update for northern Michigan’s pie future.
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Comparing forecasts with reality and why it’s a problem for policymakers.
It’s no wonder cities around the country continue to clammor for more road-building. They’re relying on predictive data that is far from reality.
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It turns out, we may be more social than we were 30 years ago — at least in public spaces.
Very cool story about revisiting a ground-breaking study of social interactions in NYC public spaces. How has technology impacted social interaction?
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All new developments should be required to discourage solo car trips, RAC says. (Bike-friendly sites a must – Yahoo!
As much time as we spend on issues of zoning and planning for building code compliance, why not start building in transportation code too? This article from Australia gives us a clue just how forward thinking community planning can be.
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DC Barbecue Joint Serves Food For Soul And Mind
Chef Furard Tate is the kind of man who never sits still.
A terrific philosophy of food within the brief piece. “When an adult realizes that a young person took that process and is actually learning how to make everything, it actually means even more, because it reminds us that: My education started at home,” he says.
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A cafe in New Zealand is using a pneumatic tube system to deliver burgers to customers at an astounding speed.
Wondering if I can deposit my paycheck with the same system, after I’ve eaten a gut-bomb.
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