Changing the Universe—Starting Downtown
Carrying the Torch
Richard Risemberg on Thu, 30 Jun 2016 04:13:15 -0800 [link]
Today, a new positive review of my debut novel, "The Dust Will Answer," went up on its Amazon page, titled: "Enjoy the Read, at any Speed!
You can read all seventeen reviews, good, great, or indifferent, here.
And, of course, you can order the book, in paperback or Kindle, right on its main Amazon page: https://amzn.com/1312984678
Now's the time to pick up a copy if you haven't already…the sequel's coming out soon!
Richard Risemberg on Sat, 25 Jun 2016 23:35:16 -0800 [link]
While at Flying Pigeon LA, I'm letting the 'hood know that when Push Comes to Shove, elections that change local history are won by walking door-to-door, and that LA's Safe Streets Champion, Josef Bray-Ali, needs your help to win his district's city council seat.
Richard Risemberg on Thu, 23 Jun 2016 18:23:22 -0800 [link]
And Flying Pigeon LA finds me exploring how Reality Is So Mean to Liars.
Richard Risemberg on Thu, 16 Jun 2016 05:16:20 -0800 [link]
First there's Orange 20 Bikes, where I exolore how we could make LA's Sixth Street through the Miracle Mile into A Street We Could Live With—instead of die on.
And on Flying Pigeon LA's blog, I note that Almost Perfect Is Not Perfect, no matter how pretty it looks. And south Pasadena's bike lane to nowhere is pretty indeed…but….
Richard Risemberg on Thu, 02 Jun 2016 05:40:09 -0800 [link]
And at Flying Pigeon LA, Hats, Rings, and You celebrates Josef Bray-Ali's almost inevitable entry into the upcoming race to replace reactionary Gil Cedillo in LA's Council District 1.
Richard Risemberg on Thu, 26 May 2016 20:59:19 -0800 [link]
And on Flying Pigeon's blog, I marvel at the civility of the town hall I just attended in my neighborhood to discuss the proposed road diet for Sixth street—expecting the worst, and finding instead a supportive community. And catching up with Tim Frémaux and David Somers, friends from the depths of LA's bureaucracy, who carried off the meeting quite well. Good thing, since, if you ride Sixth, Your Fate Is in their Hands.
Richard Risemberg on Thu, 19 May 2016 07:57:21 -0800 [link]