Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Take a Look

Assigned reading:

  • In 'Soda Politics', Big Soda at Crossroads of Profits and Public Health -- (Allison Aubrey, Eliza Barclay for NPR)
  • City to Get Healthier Vending Options -- (Andrea K. McDaniels for the Baltimore Sun)

While the County Executive may have pushed back on this issue in Howard County, it is still very much an issue. A public health issue. And it's far bigger than our little Bubble.


Tonight, the CA Speaker Series offers "Best Zoning Practices for Large Planned Communities" at Slayton House from 7 to 9 pm.

Tuesday, November 3rd, the Inner Arbor Trust offers "Math of Architecture, Architecture of Math" at Smith Theatre, HCC, 7-8:30 pm.

Both events are free, just sign up for tickets at the link.


A tip of the hat to Mickey Gomez for leading the HoCo Civility Power Up session at the Miller Branch Library yesterday. The topic was Social Media Responsibility and Online Harassment. It was eye-opening. More on that soon.






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