The internet was supposed to connect us. Instead, it has separated us into ever-smaller tribes.
The only thing certain about legalizing sports betting in California is that it will create a lot of losers.
Frost got it wrong. Fences don’t make good neighbors. Empathy, generosity, and respect make good neighbors, especially in a post-pandemic San Francisco.
At a time of immense change, we ought to ask if this temporary trend of redistribution can become more permanent.
Millennials may not earn the title of “greatest generation,” but we have most certainly earned the moniker: “first generation.” We are the first to have every stage of our life upended by the powerful and modern mix of climate change, digitization, and globalization – let’s call this the connected world.
The remedy for the Richmond’s retail woes requires two actions: (1) enumeration and (2) experimentation.
Confronted with a potential recall election, Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer has yet to confirm whether she’ll run for re-election. In the fog created by Fewer’s ambiguity, the supervisor and her team are greasing the wheels to let Fewer’s preferred successor ease into office.
There’s a new community-building tactic underway in Oklahoma City – conversations with strangers. It’s remarkably cheap, easily implementable and has anecdotal support for its effectiveness.
By designing our city government to facilitate participation rather than political pandering, more residents will have a chance to add their unique and diverse perspectives to how our City governs, acts and plans.