Planning

Utopian, Practical: What DREAM is our one demand?

Is the flower of revolution budding on our lawn? Paris '68 has journeyed by way of Seattle '99 and made it to New York 2011 as the #occupation of Wall Street appears to have legs. Kalle Lasn, who wrote the book on culture jamming, was already one of my heroes for giving us Adbusters magazine and Buy Nothing Day.

Where do the children play?

There's a moment midway through PAUL GOODMAN CHANGED MY LIFE that really struck home for me. We see a series of photographs of him as a teenager, as a young man, with a striking, unusually beaming grin.

RFP OK!

Many of you may have heard the news that New York City is taking the initial steps—or should I say first pedal strokes—toward instituting a bicycle share system. The city is initiating a public-private partnership to create a network of rent-a-bike stations around town, and on November 23 the Department of Transportation announced a Request For Proposals from potential private-sector partners.

Decent Poverty Report: Planning Ahead

Unlike millions of Americans, I have had the good fortune to survive well into adulthood without accumulating any debt. To be honest, it's not something for which I deserve any... well, let's not say credit, let's say praise. The fact is I've been privileged by my parents' efforts, talents, and good fortune. They both worked all through their adult lives and both had very rewarding careers, easily surpassing their own parents on the ladder of success. It so happens that their early adulthood years coincided with the peak years of the U.S.