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This month the GOOD Los Angeles team and 40 of our closest friends took to the streets of Watts to explore the landscapes of a neighborhood in transition. Led by the Watts-based bicycle groups the East Side Riders and Los Riderz, participants got a lesson on the rules of the road for urban cycling, took a tour of the neighborhood, and learned about its history and the issues it faces.

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Crowdsourced Self-Portraits: What Does the GOOD Community Look Like?

A roundup of self portraits done by the GOOD community

A couple of weeks ago, we talked about ex-Commander-in-Chief George W. Bush's new foray into painting. Specifically we mentioned his self portraits, which were largely celebrated in the art world—even by staunch liberals. That got us to thinking, if George Bush can excel at the self portrait, so can we. So we asked you—the GOOD community—to send us your best #goodselfie via Twitter. The results prove that our former prez has competition in the creative realm. Here they are, your best submissions, in no particular order.

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Winner: Which Small Businesses Do You Love?

The votes are in! Check out who won our small business project with Etsy.


Ladies and gentlemen, the community has spoken.

Hello Etsy and GOOD would like to congratulate winner Racquel Youtzy on winning our small business contest. We would also like to thank Robert Vantol for submitting Youtzy's business.

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Project: Take a Picture of Happy Stuff on the Street

Time for another crowdsourced Picture Show. Send us an image of an object you've found on the street that makes you smile.


It's time for another crowdsourced Picture Show. And we need your help. This time around, we want you to capture an image of something you've found on the street.

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Nicola recently posted a story about a broken-up couple who started a blog, Sad Stuff on the Street, to transition their failed long-distance relationship into a friendship. Their blog features images of old mattresses, deserted gifts, prosthetics, and the like.

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