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Sunday, May 1, 2011

Cupcake Ramble April 30, 2011

Cupcakes on New Jersey Ave, originally uploaded by davidmoskovitz.

The scenery was beautiful. Really. Points of interest: Anacostia Riverwalk Trail, The U.S. National Arboretum, and Sol's lemon chess pie.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

For Fun and Wonder

The deeper you go, the better it gets. Dive in:

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Jobs in Bike Advocacy

This is a great newsletter, you should read it. Also, there are a ton of bike advocacy jobs listed is this issue--seems like a good sign. Just the table of contents is shown here, follow along to the meat...
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Issue: 269
January 5, 2011
Optional Formats: Classic 508 or Web Version

CenterLines is the bi-weekly e-newsletter of the National Center for Bicycling & Walking. CenterLines is our way of quickly delivering news and information you can use to create more walkable and bicycle-friendly communities.

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THE NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL SCENE NCBW Looks at the Year Ahead Oberstar to Receive Award at TRB Annual Meeting 51,000+ Sign Petition Objecting to AAA Money Grab Esquire Names Sadik-Khan a Genius Who Gives Us Hope Trips for Kids' Marilyn Price Receives PCFSN Award East Coast Greenway Completes Year of Record Growth LAB Announces New "Bikes on Bridges" Advocacy Report Playcore's "Pathways for Play" Gets Kids on the Trail Get Ready for the Active Living Research Annual Conference Richard Schwinn on Cutting Government Costs New South Wales Cyclists 'Getting an Easy Ride' How Design Can Influence Walking to School

REGIONAL AND LOCAL ACTIONS Moving a Kansas City (MO) Interstate Highway Las Cruces (NM) Homeless Receive Bicycle Lights With Federal $$, New Haven (CT) Embraces New Route 34 Future Bicycling up 58% in San Francisco Outgoing Santa Rosa (CA) Council Saves Bike Bridge Project Texas' Budget Threatens Obesity Programs Danville (IL) School's Obesity Pgm Wins Award Fat Bikes Patrol Alaska's Lake Clark Nat'l Park Marin County (CA) Celebrates Opening of Ped/Bike Tunnel A Biking/Walking Benchmark Year in the Twin Cities Michigan Gets Six More Local Policies Atlanta Regional Council Focuses on "Walk to Transit" Safety

THE RESEARCH BEAT Hattiesburg (MS) Taking Steps to Fight Obesity No Change in Obesity among South Dakota Kids

NEWS SECTIONS - The National Scene - Regional Actions - The Research Beat - Quotes R Us - Stats R Us - Webinars and Seminars - Resources - Calendar - Jobs, Grants & RFPs - Housekeeping - Contact Us

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