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Peter Gordon

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  • Abstract exhibit takes form at Howard County Arts Council

    The four artists in the exhibit "Intertwined Expressions" are linked by their devotion to abstraction. Similarities in how they use coiling lines and densely layered colors make for a cohesive show at the Howard County Arts Council. These linkages are...
  • McCray, Kissimmee Osceola run all over Liberty

    McCray, Kissimmee Osceola run all over Liberty
    RB Stafon McCray rushed for 144 yards and three TDs, and RB Davante Small added 144 yards and two touchdowns on six carries as No. 3 Osceola (8-0) topped visiting Liberty (1-7) 43-6. The Kowboys defense, led by DE Peter Bailey, held the Chargers scoreless...
  • 'Downton Abbey' recap: The aftermath of war

     
    The war is over, but the scars remain both upstairs and down in this Downton Abbey recap....
  • L.A.'s long-term commute

    Today, Gordon and Reed discuss what transportation projects L.A. officials ought to pursue over the long term. Previously, they debated the MTA's plan to convert some carpool lanes into toll lanes, the slow pace of building transit projects in Los...
  • City planning and easing traffic

    Today, Reed and Gordon address the relationship between growth, city planning and traffic. Previously, they debated the MTA's plan to convert some carpool lanes into toll lanes, the slow pace of building transit projects in Los Angeles and congestion...
  • Is a toll too much to ask?

    Today, Gordon and Reed discuss the effectiveness of converting some carpool lanes into toll lanes. Later in the week, they'll debate the impact of population growth on transportation, congestion pricing in Los Angeles and more. The unfairness of not...
  • High traffic, high toll

    Today, Gordon and Reed discuss charging motorists tolls based on the changing volume of traffic. Previously, they debated the MTA's plan to convert some carpool lanes into toll lanes and the slow pace of building transit projects in Los Angeles. Later...
  • Still waiting for that subway

    Today, Reed and Gordon discuss the slow pace of building transit projects in Los Angeles. Previously, they debated the MTA's plan to convert some carpool lanes into toll lanes. Later in the week, they'll discuss the impact of population growth on...
  • Downtown not the center of it all

    Downtown not the center of it all
    Downtown Los Angeles has seen a much-heralded revival in the last few years, with thousands of people moving in and a flock of new restaurants and upscale stores opening to serve them. Attractions such as Staples Center and the Nokia Theatre are helping...
  • Congestion pricing -- the only thing that works

    Congestion pricing -- the only thing that works
    There are three things to think about in light of Tim Rutten's concerns over congestion pricing on local highways, which he outlined in his June 10 Op-Ed column, "Congestion pricing — a slippery slope to toll roads.” First, if price does...