Guest blog: Barry Hessenius on Arts, Culture, & the Virtue of Good Transportation

The following post originally appeared at Barry's Blog, a service of the Western States Arts Federation:

I live just north of San Francisco, about 40 minutes from the city. Like many major metropolitan areas, traffic in the Bay Area is a problem - and not just during peak commute hours.  It is a growing hassle to go to the city for any purpose - the traffic is exhausting and parking is a hassle; there is the cost of gasoline, bridge tolls... Read more

Better By Design: Art, Narrative, and Creating Patience in Amusement Parks

Charlie with a scrap artist's version of Bumblebee

 

 

 


Charlie Jensen on blogs how creative innovations in amusement park lines leverage creativity to foster happiness and profit.

 

 

 

 

 

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How We Trust in Each Other

Charlie with a scrap artist's version of Bumblebee 

 

 

 


Charlie Jensen blogs about how Angelenos promote trust by gathering in public spaces.

 

 

 

 

I stayed in town over Memorial Day weekend... Read more

LA: Past, Present, and the Future's Present Past

Charlie with a scrap artist's version of Bumblebee 

 

 

 


Charlie Jensen blogs about Art Walk, LA architecture, and the city's ghosts.

 

 

 

 

Last Thursday, Danielle and I were trying to figure out... Read more