My first place in Manhattan was a shared, seedy, shag-carpeted room in an SRO hotel that looked as if it had hosted many boozy lunchtime trysts. Eventually I moved into a grown-up apartment, for which I am exceedingly grateful.
The grocery is called The Old Creamery because that's what the building was in the 1800s. Looking around The Old Creamery, one sees people here care about historical preservation, community, and sustainability.
We hold in our hands the key to building a sustainable economic future. By placing responsibility and ownership into the hands of employees globally, we have the ability to mold an economy that benefits us all.
Private, nonprofit health care cooperatives, properly designed, actually could offer quite a lot to both the left and the right, as well as to anyone who is interested in expanding health care coverage.
Education isn't just 'about the kids'. It's also about the teachers who inspire, the parents who go well above and beyond the call of duty, and the whole community that supports its' future generations.
A media consumed with tracking Obama's popularity has failed to educate the American citizenry about the key elements of the health care debate. Many so-called journalists are guilty, like ABC's Rick Klein.