100 Cross-Sections of a Tree Hand-Drawn and Then Photographed Into a Stunning Stop-Motion: “Led by art director Arata Kubota, the team first began be creating a 3D replica of the famous tree logo originally designed by Ray Yoshimura. The tree was then sliced into 100 cross-sections, which, in turn, became the basis for 100 hand-drawn posters. Once the posters were complete they were framed and gifted to the 100 bars and restaurants across Japan that carry Heartland Beer, establishing an elegant connection that preserves the beer’s heritage”

Children Have Lost the Freedom to Roam: “The percentage of children walking and bicycling to school has plummeted from almost 50 percent in 1969 to about 13 percent today. Although distance from school is often cited as the main barrier to walking and bicycling, many families still drive when schools are close to home. According to the Safe Routes to School National Partnership, driving accounts for about half of school trips between 1/4- and 1/2-mile long — which in most cases shouldn’t take kids much more than 10 minutes to walk.”

The Drought: The Dry Years to Come: “And it never failed that during the dry years the people forgot about the rich years, and during the wet years they lost all memory of the dry years. It was always that way”

Coyote now being tracked along the LA River: “The National Park Service study of urban wildlife has added a female coyote, tagged C-146, along the Los Angeles River and in northeast LA. The coyote has been fitted with a GPS collar that returns the animal’s location about eight times a day.”

Watch an Opera While Driving Around L.A. in a Limo: “On weekends from October 31 through November 15, the guerrilla opera company the Industry captures that sense of intimacy on a large scale with Hopscotch, a roving opera composed of 24 “chapters” performed inside 24 cruising stretch limousines.”


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