I really hate greatest hits albums. Or “greatest hits” anything, for that matter. Lazy and missing the nuanced, quality deep cuts where the band played like they had something to prove, I think they’re a cheap marketing ploy that caters to the masses and attracts transient sycophants.
But whatever. Here are the articles that people seem to find most interesting on Car Free Baltimore:
One Year Car Free – A rundown of the trials and tribulations of living car free in a city which really wasn’t designed to be lived in car free. I persevered, claimed victory, and then had a couple of twinkies™.
The Problem(s) With One Way Streets – Really brought out some strong opinions, food fights, snickering, tapping of nails on desks, and long ambiguous gazes across the room.
- The Challenges of Car-Free Dating – Writer for the Baltimore Chop talks about getting some [bicycle] action when all you have are your two feet, a Kona, and a bunch of cheap, dead flowers.
- Why Rush Hour Parking Restrictions Don’t Work – For the love of god, just let the people park on the street.
- [Your City] Should Take Traffic Lanes Away From Cars – Part I – Also brought out strong opinions, but without the long gazes across the room.
- My Bike Was Stolen And How I Survived It – This stuff will really make you itch.
- Car Free In New Orleans – My first time in the Big Easy. No car. No limits.