In the past weeks, we had the commotion here in New York after a Grand Jury on Staten Island where the police officer who killed Eric Garner could walk free. That after days of unrest and protest about the Ferguson case in the city. I posted an article trying to figure out how many police killings per year happen in the United States, and I failed to understand how this was all possible…
And close to home, we care for our North Cove Marina that seems to be overrun by big capital.
An african american man is stopped by the police for a minor crime. The Police is using force to hold him. The man dies. A grand jurys has to decide on the indictment of the Policeman. This is not Ferguson, it’s New York City. It’s today...
In a recent article, Koen discusses the proposed way to deal with over 5 billion plastic bags every year in New York City.This big city struggles, 7 years after the issue was dealt with in Europe, with the dilemma to tax every bag or not to change behaviour.
Check out this awesome photo from 500px: http://500px.com/photo/79180817
We encnountered in the past weeks a fascinating artists, Andre Devlaeminck, AKA Radan.
In my blog, I explain why we can do better in servicing travelers that are taking the train in Brussels Airport. Again, discussions started on the blog and twitter.
Nogal wat reactie ontstaan over een artikel dat ik schreef over de zelfgenoegzaamheid van Vlaanderen die haar welvaart aan het aantasten is. Zowel op twitter, als op facebook.