Today, #DamienTalks with Roger Rudick, a long-time contributor to various Streetsblogs and the incoming editor of Streetsblog San Francisco.
In the interview we cover varied ground including how Rudick’s world travels inform his writing at Streetsblog and elsewhere, his views on some of the major stories breaking in the Bay Area, and some get-to-know-you questions including “have you ever ridden Critical Mass?”
If you’re just dying to learn more about Roger, read our “Welcome, Roger” post and yesterday’s “Hi, I’m Roger” post at Streetsblog San Francisco.
Thanks for your patience, Bay Area readers. The blog posts will soon be flowing like you’ve come to expect, because after a competitive search, we’re pleased to announce that Roger Rudick is the new editor of Streetsblog San Francisco. Roger is an experienced transportation journalist and activist who’s impressed us with his deep understanding of […]
It’s the end of the year, so we’re doing a special #DamienTalks. As announced on Streetsblog California, today I’m taking your questions…errr, your question… The questions we received were variations on where transportation is headed, and how are things will change going forward. I see two big ways that things are going to be different: […]
Today, we’re broadcasting part 2 of the #DamienTalks discussing the best, and worst, news out of Sacramento. Yesterday, I talked to a trio of advocates around the state. Today, I’m talking with Melanie Curry, the editor of Streetsblog California. You can hear yesterday’s broadcast, here. Curry talks about some of the bills we didn’t touch on […]
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Today is Bike to Work Day in some parts of California, including the San Francisco and Monterey Bay Areas. That means: lots of bikes on the road—maybe more than usual, maybe not—but also lots of smiles, bike-bell-ringing, and high fives all around for everyone who chooses to use this most environmentally friendly way to get […]