First, let me just say that this is not a knock against hipster restaurants. Uncomfortable seating, old fashioned lighting and kitschy, house-made sodas aside, I eat at them all the [continue reading]
Go Metro to check out the Abilities Expo and learn about the products and services available for the community of people with disabilities, their families, caregivers, seniors and healthcare professionals. Metro is participating [continue reading]
Although the Lunar New Year officially begins next Monday, kickoff celebrations are starting early this year all over the county. Go Metro to ring in the Year of the Monkey [continue reading]
As many of you know, Metro often makes transit service changes twice a year — most often involving bus routes and schedules, with changes taking effect in June and December. [continue reading]
Make sure to follow @metroLAalerts to get real-time information on service changes, improvements and delays. Live customer assistance is also provided on weekdays from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.
I recently ticked off one of my bucket list items and went on a vacation to Reykjavík, Iceland. (No, I was not able to take advantage of WOW Airlines’ recent [continue reading]
The Little Tokyo/Arts District Station may be closed until March, but there are still plenty of ways to eat, shop and play in the neighborhood and surrounding area. Besides the Gold [continue reading]
Welcome to the first “Go Metro Weekends” of 2016 Source Readers and Metro Riders! January is the month of resolutions. It’s also the month of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday (Jan. 15) [continue reading]