Monthly Archives: May 2009

The Cars of America’s Youth

For those of us—and your humble blogger is one—whose formative years were spent in abject worship of the great American cars of the mid-twentieth century, this column from the Wall Street Journal will resonate. An excerpt. “How long before the … Continue reading

Posted in Transportation

Delta Vision Foundation Meeting Announcement

MEDIA ADVISORY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, May 29, 2009 Contact:Julie Dixon, Julie@resource-media.org / 916-446-1058Nicole Lampe, nicole@resource-media.org / 415-341-4521 Delta Vision Foundation Grades State Progress On Delta and Water PolicySacramento event will highlight lack of action on the Delta Vision Strategic … Continue reading

Posted in River Development, Water

Bikes & Cars

Well, May is bike month and for the first quarter, as reported by Fast Company, it appears that more bikes were sold nationally than cars, surely a first, and no wonder the Parkway trail is getting more crowded. An excerpt. … Continue reading

Posted in demographics

Planet Water

This new book, which examines the world shortage of fresh potable water, takes an entrepreneurial approach by looking at all of the opportunities for investments in the ongoing efforts to increase global water supply. An excerpt from Amazon’s product description … Continue reading

Posted in Economy, Water

Sacramento is A Fit City

The Sacramento Business Journal reports that Sacramento has come in 12th as most fit city in the US, but we dropped a place since last year. Surely the Parkway plays a role in the fitness of the city. An excerpt. … Continue reading

Posted in demographics, Parks

California’s Lost Coast

We were privileged guests at the most beautiful wedding celebration we have ever attended over the weekend, and as it was such a wonderful testimony to the magnificent grandeur of the natural beauty of our state, I wanted to share … Continue reading

Posted in Holiday

Memorial Day

Enjoy your Memorial Day Weekend!!

Posted in Holiday