Tag: Transporation

  • Starting Small

    Something simple. I’ve been reading a lot about the future by studying the past up to now. I’ve said repeatedly that I don’t want things to return to normal. I want them to be better. I like the idea of NCY closing a lot of streets to traffic so people can walk about freely, but […]

  • Streetcars

    Streetcar. In New Orleans, we have streetcars. Streetcars. Not trolleys. Not trains. Streetcars. I wouldn’t have my back up, but a women with whom I attended high school is in town with four of her “girlfriends.” They finally left the French Quarter and rode up St. Charles Avenue. On a green streetcar. A good thing […]

  • Once Upon A Time

    Once upon a time, back in the late 1990s, I lived on this street. Right in the building with the bar sign on it. No. I didn’t live in the bar. That sign is painted on the wall of a 23 story apartment building. In those days, Staunton Street was a quiet backwater neighborhood street […]

  • Morning Glow

    Yes. I was there. I’ve been there for years. It seems. I keep going back. ¬†Again and again and again. There are a few places in the world that I call home. New Orleans. Brooklyn; where I was born. Long Beach; where I grew up. Taos; a spiritual resting place. Hong Kong; a place that […]