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Friday, February 27, 2009

The Great White Way may be going car-free. NYC Department of Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan discusses the possibility of Broadway going car-free starting this summer. And, Shepard Fairey, the man behind "Andre The Giant Has A Posse" and the iconic Obama "Hope" poster, discusses art for change. And, we've been offering tips for brown-bag lunches, but what do you do if someone steals yours?

Post your ideas for great brown bag lunches and read the other ideas here!


Shepard Fairey and Janette Sadik-Khan

Great White Walkway

NYC Department of Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan on the plan to make Broadway a pedestrian-only zone around Times Square.

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Silk Screen Politics

Shepard Fairey, the man behind the Obey Giant campaign and the Obama "Hope" poster, discusses his work, a new museum retrospective and book, and the role of street art in political activism.

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Who Took My Lunch?

Helena Echlin, writes the advice column "Table Manners" for, offers advice for preventing lunch pilfering from the office refrigerator.

How have you dealt with refrigerator thieves?

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Crowdsourcing: Lunch

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Get Your Gardens Started

It may be freezing outside, but if you want to have a great garden this Spring you have to start planning now. Urban farmer Karen Washington offers some quick tips for would-be gardeners, based on her experience at the Garden of Happiness in The Bronx.

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