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The Argyle House and Its Cat

While riding down Embassy Row in northwest D.C.’s Sheridan-Kalorama neighborhood during this bike ride, I saw what appeared to be a cat precariously perched on the roof of the house located at 2201 Massachusetts Avenue ( 539 more words

D.C.

Police Protecting Protestors Protesting the Police

We’re in the middle of a heat wave here in D.C.  And it has been so hot in the afternoons lately that for today’s bike ride I decided to go earlier in the day when the heat was a little less oppressive.  558 more words

D.C.

Bike infrastructure takes front seat

This morning The Boston Globe published an op-ed by Boston City Council president Michelle Wu called “The road to fear-free biking in Boston”. The same day, the Boston Transportation Department had a demonstration of a protected bike lane on Beacon Street near the intersection with Massachusetts Avenue. 335 more words

The Samuel Hahnemann Monument

Located on the east side of Scott Circle, near the cross section of Massachusetts and Rhode Island Avenues (MAP) in northwest D.C.’s DuPont Circle neighborhood, is a memorial to a German physician and the founder of the homeopathic school of medicine. 637 more words

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Cambridge death resulted from car-centric policy

Yesterday, a 27 year-old Amanda Phillips was riding a bicycle around noon in Cambridge’s Inman Square when she was hit by a driver near the intersection of Cambridge and Hampshire Streets. 515 more words

South Asians of North Cambridge

A short walk North on Massachusetts Avenue past Porter Square, one can’t help but notice the gradual but sure change in landscape. The streets get more desolate. 731 more words

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