Art Show: Joy Ride

Opening for JOY RIDE, an art show inspired by the bicycle
Curated by Brendt Barbur



Today’s Headlines

Two Motorists Fatally Strike 65-Year-Old Man on Bronxdale Avenue; One Flees Scene (Post, News) LIE Crash in Queens Kills Three, Injures Many (ABC, News, Post); 28 Bus Routes Disrupted (DNA) Bratton Says Revealing Cops’ Disciplinary Records Violated State Law (WSJ, News) Sen. James Sanders: State to Fund Street Improvements at Jamaica Transit Hub (DNA, News) Cab Drivers Talk to the Times […]

In Remembrance of Steve Faust

On Saturday, longtime local bike advocate Steve Faust died at the age of 67. A New Yorker born and bred, Steve played a key role in many early fights for safer streets and bike access on city bridges, and continued to work for a bike path on the Verrazano Bridge in recent years through the Harbor Ring committee. We’re […]

Kids on Bikes Where You Live

Here’s something to be thankful for over this holiday break: Kids on bicycles. A beautiful thing. We got so many submissions for this one, it was truly inspiring. Many thanks to all who contributed, including Sarah Gilbert at cafemama, rbairdpccam, baudman, Julian Davies of Totcycle, Barry Childress of Baltimore Spokes, Richard Masoner of Cyclelicious, Liam […]