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  • Seniors on the Go: Don't be afraid of foreign public transit

    Seniors on the Go: Don't be afraid of foreign public transit
    In an earlier column, I urged travelers to check out the many deals available for public transit in the most popular U.S. destination cities. My suggestions apply equally to major foreign cities: As a longtime traveler, I've not had any trouble using...
  • Adam Chisnall brings home laughs to Bethlehem

     
    Comedy’s Best Kept Secret Show came to Bethlehem's Diamonz Nightclub Saturday night and it was also a homecoming for Bethlehem Township native Adam Chisnall, who now lives in New York City. Chisnall did standup for the first time in the Lehigh...
  • The Unappetizing Truth About Fast Food

     
    McDonald’s got lucky this month. First, Charles Ramsey did interview after interview, telling the world over and over again that he was eating his McDonald’s when he heard Amanda Berry’s screams. Then a pair of recent studies shifted the...
  • Why greed may offer an evolutionary advantage

    Why greed may offer an evolutionary advantage
    Religion and science have long had disagreements — from Galileo, who was tried for teaching that the Earth was not the center of the universe, to battles over teaching evolution in public schools. But when it comes to greed, religion and science...
  • Drake, Kendrick Lamar Win Big at BET Awards

    Forget about winners Drake, Kendrick Lamar or even lifetime achievement honoree Charlie Wilson -- the real winners at Sunday night's BET Awards were Fox Searchlight, the Weinstein Co. and Universal Pictures. Those distribs got some of the most attention...
  • On Baths' 'Obsidian,' songwriter dances to his dark moods

    On Baths' 'Obsidian,' songwriter dances to his dark moods
    If you’re looking for a lightweight, low-stakes dance album as a soundtrack for your summer pool parties, go buy Baths’ new album “Obsidian.” Then promptly sock it away until you’re feeling wintry and miserable again, because...
  • Have a ticket to ride? Metro starts locking subway turnstiles

    Have a ticket to ride? Metro starts locking subway turnstiles
    Sorry subway riders, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority is no longer operating on the honor system. The turnstile gates for the Purple and Red lines at Union Station will be latched today and riders will need a TAP card...
  • Doing away with Metro rail honor system is common sense

    Doing away with Metro rail honor system is common sense
    Los Angeles' Metro rail system has finally grown up, so it should be no surprise that it would start treating Angelenos like transit adults and demand that riders pay a fare (and make up to $9 million annually in the process). Starting today, the Los...
  • My Word: As FunRail, SunRail likely to succeed

    My Word: As FunRail, SunRail likely to succeed
    What do Disney World and the New York City subway system have in common — besides frequent sightings of bigger-than-life mice? Both do a good job of transporting people and giving their customers entertaining rides. When passengers are carried...
  • Film Review: 'Stand Clear of the Closing Doors'

    Sam Fleischner's terrifically conceived and executed sophomore feature, "Stand Clear of the Closing Doors," alternates between an autistic 13-year-old boy's extended walkabout in the New York subway system and his undocumented Mexican family's frantic...
  • L.A. Philharmonic concerned about potential subway noise

    L.A. Philharmonic concerned about potential subway noise
    Nothing in the Los Angeles Philharmonic's repertoire calls for 135-ton trains. The orchestra aims to keep it that way when Metro light rail cars start rumbling through a subway tunnel near Walt Disney Concert Hall. Experts who know the hall's...
  • Wells Bridge work, jammed subway slow CTA commute

    Wells Bridge work, jammed subway slow CTA commute
    The morning CTA commute was slowed today largely by trains detoured into the subway because of the closing of the 91-year-old Wells Street Bridge. As the rush hour peaked around 8:45 a.m., trains on the Red Line between Belmont and Roosevelt -- including...