This week we were excited to see a lot of traffic on Worldchanging Seattle, which we're sure was spurred by the blogosphere buzz around Morgan Greenseth's The Future of Shopping Malls: An Image Essay. If you haven't yet had a chance to check it out and add your comments, please do!
This week's other headlines ranged from teen visionaries to clean air. Check out what's new:
Teens Envision New Spaces for Seattle
Local middle- and high-school students spent six weeks working with Seattle artists, designers, architects and SAM staff to produce original concepts for public spaces. Check out some of their creative work!
Free Bike Care While You Caffeinate
We're psyched about an upcoming free bike maintenance workshop at Capitol Hill coffeehouse Joe Bar. Read more about free opportunities to tune up your two-wheeler.
Emergency Food Services Respond to Bag Fees
The newly passed disposable bag fee poses both a challenge and an opportunity to local food banks and other emergency food services.
Spare the Air: Seattle Smog Watch in Effect
This week, we saw a smog watch come and go. What is smog, what causes it, and what can you do about it? Sarah Kuck reports.
Tell SDOT How to Make Seattle Walkable
How, why and where do you walk? Weigh in with this 11-question survey (it's quick, we promise) and help shape the city's Pedestrian Master Plan.
If you're in town, we'd like to hear from you! Check out the local blog and leave comments, or contact editor[at]Worldchanging[dot]com if you have ideas or would like to write.
Photo credit: General Growth Properties.