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    Guest Day Editor Fred Camino of MetroRiderLA will be joining LAist with a few posts throughout the day. Read his introductory interview here and check out his site. MetroRiderLA promotes what I call the "Los Angeles Public Transit Lifestyle" (it's not really trade marked, feel free to use those words in anyway you please). The idea behind the Public Transit Lifestyle goes something like this (from the website): "The implication is simply that the citizens...
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    Guest Day Editor Fred Camino of MetroRiderLA will be joining LAist with a few posts throughout the day. Read his introductory interview here and check out his site. Your mission: to get there, from anywhere, without a car. LAist sure does love the Arclight. It's not really my cuppa' tea... a little too flashy, way too pricey, and I don't appreciate a patronizing little speechy-poo before my movie. I prefer my Vista, Laemmle Grand 4...
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    As Guest Day Editor, Fred Camino of MetroRiderLA, will be joining LAist with a few posts throughout today. Read his introductory interview here and check out his site. Your mission: get to there, from anywhere, without a car. I know LAist loves them some Dodgers. You know what, I loves me some Dodgers too. A Dodgers game is always a good time, and with my recent discovery of the footlong Dodger Dog corn dogs, you...
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    As Guest Day Editor, Fred Camino of MetroRiderLA, will be joining LAist with a few posts throughout today. Read his introductory interview here and check out his site. Last weekend, the LA Times had a commentary piece by Michael Balter wherein he proposed the "radical" idea of forgoing the subway-to-the-sea (claiming its construction to be unlikely) and instead changing the entirety of Wilshire Boulevard into a car-free bike, pedestrian, bus, and light-rail thoroughfare. Clearly...
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    Guest Day Editor Fred Camino of MetroRiderLA will be joining LAist with a few posts throughout the day. Read his introductory interview here and check out his site. MetroRiderLA promotes what I call the "Los Angeles Public Transit Lifestyle" (it's not really trade marked, feel free to use those words in anyway you please). The idea behind the Public Transit Lifestyle goes something like this (from the website): "The implication is simply that the citizens...
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    Guest Day Editor Fred Camino of MetroRiderLA will be joining LAist with a few posts throughout the day. Read his introductory interview here and check out his site. Your mission: to get there, from anywhere, without a car. LAist sure does love the Arclight. It's not really my cuppa' tea... a little too flashy, way too pricey, and I don't appreciate a patronizing little speechy-poo before my movie. I prefer my Vista, Laemmle Grand 4...
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    As Guest Day Editor, Fred Camino of MetroRiderLA, will be joining LAist with a few posts throughout today. Read his introductory interview here and check out his site. Your mission: get to there, from anywhere, without a car. I know LAist loves them some Dodgers. You know what, I loves me some Dodgers too. A Dodgers game is always a good time, and with my recent discovery of the footlong Dodger Dog corn dogs, you...
  • News
    As Guest Day Editor, Fred Camino of MetroRiderLA, will be joining LAist with a few posts throughout today. Read his introductory interview here and check out his site. Last weekend, the LA Times had a commentary piece by Michael Balter wherein he proposed the "radical" idea of forgoing the subway-to-the-sea (claiming its construction to be unlikely) and instead changing the entirety of Wilshire Boulevard into a car-free bike, pedestrian, bus, and light-rail thoroughfare. Clearly...

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