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The Democratic Primary is next Tuesday, May 19th. Philadelphia Democrats will select the candidate virtually certain to become our next Mayor. Of the 6 in the running, Jim Kenney rises to the top, both in our opinion and in recent … Continue reading
Yesterday as I pedaled my bike past some woods, I saw hanging low a branch full of beautiful little crab apples sticking out from among the trees. I stopped and pulled off a pocketful which I took home and cooked … Continue reading
Rev Aisha, pastor at Mt Airy Presbyterian Church, led the region’s First Annual Blessing of the Bikes yesterday. Blessing of the Bikes is an event that originated at the Cathedral of St John the Divine in New York City in 1999, traveled to Baldwin … Continue reading
Last night over dinner with the clan, the conversation turned to the price of gasoline, with recent news projecting that it’ll reach $4 by April and $5 by the end of May. While the bike shop owners amongst us rejoiced, … Continue reading
Cory Suter, a member of Transition Philadelphia and founder of BioNeighbors, has dreamt up a new project: Direct Congress. Direct Congress is the next evolution of human achievement in good governance, where We the People can direct our Congress by … Continue reading
Headed to Weavers Way Food Co-op for some lunch material today, and who do I run into but the masterminds behind The Home Grown Institute‘s conference Springing Good Intentions Into Action: Sarah Gabriel, Managing Director of The Home Grown Institute; … Continue reading
In the process of renewing domain names, we seem to have lost the transitionphiladelphia.org website and are in the process of rebuilding it here at transitionphilly.wordpress.com. Please send ideas and suggestions for our new website to me (meenal.raval at gmail.com). … Continue reading