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Zanini de Zanine

Last weekend we had family in town, so we started the festivities with a night out in Hollywood.  Before dinner, we went to NOHO Modern in Hollywood, where we were treated to opening night for the Brazilian artist Zanini de ...

Think Outside the Bin

I’ve been to most large North American cities, and I have to say Ottawa has one of the more impressive recycling programs.  The city of Ottawa is hard on its citizens:  according to its data, Ottawa residents are in the ...

Take the O-Train

Many cities are begging for stimulus funds for transportation projects, which, I'm afraid, could end up with buses and trains going nowhere.  Ottawa serves as a model of what works when investing in transportation projects.  For a city of 1,000,000, ...

A French Blackout

Imagine that you’re an entrepreneur . . . spent much time and capital developing a product that does some good—in this case, saving customers energy and MONEY—and then getting a nasty-gram from the government saying, well, you owe the utility ...

Subway to my Seoul

Editor’s Note:  Occasionally, GreenGoPost will take you on a global tour of other cities’ transportation systems.  We’ll start in Seoul, South Korea.  We believe one of the best ways to get familiar with a city, and learn a little about ...

Off to Ottawa

GreenGoPost will be in Ottawa for the coming week.  Yes, that’s Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  Many of us south of the border tend to refer to Canada as a whole, but that would be like saying, “Oh, I’m going to the ...

Renewing Armenia

Right now the Armenian-American community, and much of the Armenian diaspora in general, is up in arms over the new protocols in the works between the Armenian and Turkish governments.  The history between the Armenians and Turks is a tortured ...
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