Take a walk through a cemetery. Bring a respectful token to leave at one of the graves.
What has been the scariest moment of your life? Were there any lasting effects?
“After long work weeks, I get home on Friday nights with a desire to do one of three things: nap, run, and hold a bedroom dance party for one. All three activities allow me to break through whatever stress the week hath wrought and start out the weekend afresh!” (Rebecca D. Bortman)
Take a deep breath, leave your car behind, and explore the Los Angeles public transit system today. We know, but just do it. Find your nearest station and plan a full round trip from Culver City to Downtown on the Expo Line. To ease your anxiety, let Tasting Table’s Willy Blackmore’s “Eating the Expo Line” tutorial turn your adventure into a culinary tour of LA’s less familiar hoods. If you survive, consider riding again in the work week.
Before you know it, summer will be over. Make this weekend the one to catch Film Night in the Park – free films in beautiful Bay Area park settings. Bring a pasta picnic and bundle up for Ratatouille at various Marin County parks on Friday, August 3, at dusk (about 8pm); or bring some cake and your teenage self to Sixteen Candles to your nearest SF park on Saturday, August 4, same time. For screening locations and information, click here
This Saturday (and the following two), New York is your playground…literally. Enjoy the fifth annual Summer Streets
– from 7am to 1pm, seven miles of NYC’s streets will be shut down to cars and opened up for everyone to play, run, walk, rock climb, bike….and ZIP. No joke. You can fly through the skies of the city on a zip line at Foley Square. Did we mention this is all FREE?? Experience the city’s streets like never before, from the Brooklyn Bridge to Central Park, along Park Avenue. Zip to it.
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