GreenCityBlueLake and Cleveland Museum of Natural History was “Kickin it with Kenny” Crumpton from Fox 8 News this morning. We discussed meaty topics like the future of growing food (animal-free meat and vertical farming!), plus, what to do about food waste live from the Global Kitchen exhibit at the Natural History Museum (open through this Sunday).
Last week, federal authorities allegedly told the City of Cleveland that re-opening downtown Public Square to buses would honor their agreement (and help the city avoid a $12 million penalty). It provides impetus for the city to re-consider its ill-fated but well-intentioned decision.
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Three suburbs in Northeast Ohio got a holiday bonus for bike and pedestrian improvements—thanks to the late arrival of the Fast Act, the $305 billion transportation bill that the federal government approved for 2016-2020.
In the ‘70s, a TV commercial for a battery featured a celebrity spokesman (Robert Blake, I believe) who perched a 9-volt on his shoulder and growled, knock it off. I dare you. It seems like cities could take a page from the school of Blake. What do they have to lose.
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