While many people enjoy taking Metro to discover ethnic enclaves in Los Angeles, for my special needs son and I, culture is secondary. Food and bookstores drive us. Still, after taking the Metro Gold Line umpteen times to Pasadena and trekking down Colorado Boulevard to Vroman’s Bookstore, SoCal’s oldest and [continue reading]
Los Angeles Metro riders packed the Red Line on Saturday night to head out to Hollywood for Halloween. I took part in the madness and took some video of the experience. Crowds, costumes and high spirits best describe the ride. Nice job L.A.!
When it comes to Halloween, Hollywood knows how to have a good time. Last week we prepped you for a car-free Halloween, listing the various Metro accessible festivities happening around the city. My goal this year was to end up at the West Hollywood Carnaval since I missed it last [continue reading]
Movie lovers and Metro riders can rejoice. The new Regal Cinemas Stadium 14 at L.A. Live is served by three rail lines (soon to be four) and over 30 bus lines, making it far and away the most transit accessible place to catch a movie in the city. No other [continue reading]