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Adventures in Tumblrland with Susty Party.
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Hot town, summer in the city! #sustystyle. Love, the Susty team in #Bushwick #Brooklyn. #businesswomen (at Susty Party HQ, 3rd Ward, 195 Morgan Ave, Brooklyn, NY, 11237)
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therumpus:

Here’s today’s Daily GIF!
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therumpus:

Here’s today’s Daily GIF!
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headlikeanorange:

Lake Ontario (Fred Kellerman)
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If you requested samples from #expowest, they’re now on their way thanks to @susieagrillo + @bonaiuta ! #rockstarswithtape #killinthefollowup (at Susty Party HQ, 3rd Ward, 195 Morgan Ave, Brooklyn, NY, 11237)
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thegreenurbanist:

latimes:

Biking in L.A. - it’s possible! Even for a transplanted Midwesterner like our own Ben Poston, who writes about his experiences learning to maneuver around the city aided by neither car nor public transportation.
It’s not just the lack of traffic that’s enboldened Poston’s faith the viability of biking in L.A.

Riding at a pace between 15 and 20 mph, the city is a slide show instead of a blur.
I mentally catalog the names of the food trucks, carwashes, coffee shops and thrift stores tucked into strip malls that line Sunset. I watch people congregating around the bus stop at the Echo Park Avenue intersection and can even hear snippets of conversations from sidewalk cafes. (“I finally got a TV credit. Everything else is gravy, right?”)

Read Poston’s full perspective here, and maybe begin thinking about dusting off your own bike and helmet.

Related: THE REAL REASON WHY BICYCLES ARE THE KEY TO BETTER CITIES  by Kasey Klimes (Secret Republic)
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architizer:

Roads Cover 4.8 square miles of Manhattan
Howler and Yoon, winners of the Audi Urban Future Award image a NYC where roads become soccer fields and solar panels.
architizer:

Roads Cover 4.8 square miles of Manhattan
Howler and Yoon, winners of the Audi Urban Future Award image a NYC where roads become soccer fields and solar panels.