It’s a good thing to know your limits. Puerto Escondido, Mexico.
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Which cities are doing the most to become the sustainable, connected, innovative city of the future? Read Co.Exit’s list of the 10 Smartest Cities in North America. How much brainpower does your city have?
(Monthly) anniversary date at the Tabrrnacle to see Iron and Wine. Beards and plaid aplenty.
Everyday, I take my girlfriend to the midtown Marta station, so she can catch the train to work. I always pull up to the Marta crosswalk, put on my hazards, and she jumps out in a fury. The whole thing cannot possibly take more than 25 seconds. If she hit the crosswalk button, it would certainly take longer and stop traffic for longer. Well, today, I put on my hazards, pulled up to the stop, she jumped out, and two cars gave me long honks with their horns. We live in a fairly progressive community where walking and biking is welcomed—we have new bike lanes and a great Beltline trail. Why can’t we slow down for a minute and be a little gracious? I can say that I am going to certainly try to be more gracious on my way to work today.