Throngs! #MainStreet #CarFreeDay (at Main Street)
Nam June Paik’s America, as seen through the windshield, blasting down the information superhighway. (at Smithsonian American Art Museum)
THIS is what we’re here on this planet to do! This! Careening through the cosmos, spinning on our axis, breathing great gusts of brass into (public) space! This! Me! You! All of us! Yessss! (at Dupont Circle, Washington, DC)
In the nation’s capitol, for a dozen blocks, running down Pennsylvania Ave from the White House to the Capitol, #bikes take centre lane. What a symbol of progress! #dc
Every nation’s people needs such symbols of virility and achievement, of their special connection to Father Sky, inspiring heroes and miraculous acts. #dc
Sustainable, populist and thoroughly satisfying, Busboys and Poets is a case study in how to run a successful, ethical business beloved by everyone - no matter age, socioeconomics or cultural afinity. Named for Langston Hughes, a busboy and a poet. #dc
The Iowa people travelled to The UK and Paris to help the painter William Catlin sell paintings of themselves by putting on performances at the galleries where his works were on display. (at National Gallery of Art)
Everyone wins with #bikeshare! #dc is the perfect city for it - flat, dense, great looking and the drivers are, dare I say, deferential to cyclists.