National treasure cartoonist Bill Roundy is certainly not above glomming onto today's hottest trends.
It was another weekend of mayoral politics, which makes sense, given that the all-important Democratic primary is just nine weeks away and "Undecided" is still running away with it. Plus other news.
Opponents of President Biden's infrastructure plan ignore that "transportation infrastructure" must include tackling our frayed social safety nets and our broken street designs.
It's been a terrible week for open streets, with a volunteer being attacked by a car owner, open streets equipment being vandalized, opponents circulating petitions ... and a mayor who remains silent.
Injuries caused by city employees behind the wheel of their taxpayer-funded government cars cost the city close to $150 million in settlements last year — 33 percent more than they did just one year earlier, a new report shows.
We're rounding out the final four with two stops in major cities that are also major-league messes.