Remember the human infographic I participated in back in December? Well, the finished product is out! Watch the video at GOOD’s website, or click to play on the video below.
Most of you are probably gearing up for a weekend of fried food, cold drinks and football on TV. (For the record, I’m more a fan of the Puppy Bowl than the Super Bowl.) But whether you’re ready to get your game on or want to ignore it altogether, here [continue reading]
While the opening of Expo Line is still a little ways off, it’s never too early to start planning destinations. With that in mind, let’s take the first of several looks what’s available at the terminus of Phase I: Culver City. Tired of lofty, serious art museums? Then check out WWA gallery, located in [continue reading]
Whether you’d like to sit in an air-conditioned theater this weekend, treat yourself to some fine dining or get out and hit the museums, Metro has you covered. Start your Friday off with Taste at the Palisades. The restaurant is participating in Dine LA, a bi-annual event that showcases restaurants [continue reading]
Living in downtown Los Angeles in the Historic Core means there’s no shortage of things to do. This weekend, I’ve managed to narrow it down to three choices. Learn to move in a whole new way at “A Taste of Los Angeles Belly Dance” on Saturday. The event, hosted by [continue reading]
Chocoholics are going to love the La Cienega Station once the Expo Line opens. Just imagine standing on the elevated platform, gazing out at the Hollywood sign in the distance, when the wind picks up…and suddenly the smell of chocolate, cream and warm sugar fill the air. Just as you’re [continue reading]
For those living in Orange County, Metrolink is providing an easy way to travel to the Golden Dragon Parade in Chinatown. The first 100 people to arrive at the Irvine Station at 8 a.m. on January 28 will get a free roundtrip Metrolink ticket to Union Station. From there, it’s [continue reading]
A recent campaign by Tokyo Metro shows the wonder of traveling underground.
Feeling some post-holiday blues? Don’t worry – with the new year finally underway, there are plenty of things to look forward to in 2012. Let Metro take you to these destinations and save yourself some money as part of the agency’s Destination Discounts program. For those of you who want [continue reading]
After four long years, the westbound side of the First Street Viaduct reopened to traffic this week. The bridge was closed in order to build the Metro Gold Line extension to East Los Angeles. The First Street Viaduct is the second oldest of the classic Los Angeles River bridges designed [continue reading]