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I love KCET. The most recent reason my love grows for this explosion of creative programming is the series City Walk .
I am addicted to discovery, and regardless of how you watch it, be it television or online it is a must see. Whether traveling in the USA or looking for something in your own back yard, welcome to City Walk.
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LA freeways are now easy to understand
I just love maps, hey maybe that’s why I became a traffic reporter!
I really like what Stonebrown Design did with these maps. It Sure makes LA freeways much easier to understand!
This is super
Stonebrown Design is the work of Peter Dunn. Oh, and you can order prints from his website. I think I see a new framed picture …
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I am Los Angeles – the people that make Los Angeles the city of angels.
I was surprised and honored when film maker Joris Debeij called. Debeij asked if I would be interested in being profiled as apart of his on going project I am Los Angels. With a love for LA and what makes a city a city, he told me that he was …
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Solo drivers can now bypass traffic on a stretch of the Harbor (110) Freeway by paying to use 11 miles of carpool lanes. The so-called High Occupancy Toll lanes will be L.A. County’s first attempt at congestion pricing. KCRW’s Steve Chiotakis spoke to Michael Cabanatuan, transportation writer for the San Francisco Chronicle, about how congestion pricing has worked in that city, and to Martin Wachs of The RAND Corporation.
Unless you are shooting a remake of Casablanca, fog not only sucks, it is also very dangerous.
When you are on the road and find yourself covered in one of nature’s blankets, these tips can help.
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It all started a couple of weeks ago when my friend Alyssa contacted me about a friend of hers that was the victim of a hit and run. Marie was leaving LACMA after viewing a movie at the museum.
While walking across the street Marie was hit by a car. She was hurt pretty badly too. The driver took off and left her lying on the street. Alyssa wanted everyone she knew to spread the word. Trying to find the perpetrator or anyone that may have seen something – anything, and report it to LAPD.
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Some Days Are Just Better Than Others!
Bright eyed and bushy tailed at this morning’s kick-off for CicLAvia, Villaraigosa made a HUGE announcement!!!! I love it! Bikes – 4,000 of them, for you to use thanks to the city’s new bike-sharing program! A great day for Los Angeles. Happy CicLAvia-ing!
From LA Streets Blog…
Surprise! City Announces Massive Bike Share Program Coming in December
by Damien Newton
In an announcement …
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Digital Danger – Law Enforcement Targeting Distracted Drivers Texting or Using Hand-Held Cell Phones
Texting drivers are 23 times more likely to get into an accident than those that don’t.
Reminding you that this April is a Distracted Driver Crack down.
Distracted Driving ie Digital Danger! Digital Danger is what LB calls it and now I do too! Thanks LB.
“In recent years, hundreds of people have been killed in California, while thousands were injured, as the result of collisions that …
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Sitting in bummer to bummer traffic always bites, let’s bite back! A great way to avoid getting overly cranky and to keep your blood sugar levels from crashing – eat! This time of year we have some of the best snacks to choose from. Take a couple of minutes to plan ahead and minimize your stress levels. Keep it easy. Keep it healthy. Keep on …
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View from inside Santa Monica Bike Center member section.
-by Steve Herbert
Recently I had my turn at jury duty, reporting to LA Superior Court @ Temple and Spring Streets in downtown LA. With gas prices ranging between $4.30 and $5.09 that week I wasn’t anxious to drive the 18 mpg household minivan relegated for my use when I’m not commuting by bike. I considered riding …