Almost there without an AC by Danny from Sitting at Home

Angeles National Forest


The two-hour period begins upon the first boarding of a trip, when a TAP card is tapped to pay the 1-Way Fare… A customer could transfer from bus line 20 to the Red Line to the Blue Line to the Green Line, all with payment of a 1-Way Trip, as long as the last transfer occurs within two hours of the first tap.

New fare charts and FAQ on the fare increases and changes that begin Sept. 15 | Metro’s The Source

Metro fares are being raised by 25 cents to $1.75 for a one way trip. However, now a one way trip can include multiple bus and rail transfers, which is great and how it should be. Before it cost $3 to get from Hollywood to Culver City via the Red and Expo lines. Now it will cost $1.75.


Lavender Fields


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Minutiæ #15 FRICTION is now available! (Download the PDF)

In this issue we hear from the folks from ShUGH (Show Up, Get Hard) about their new revolutionary dating app, grad student Dave Norkel who’s out to debunk Sisyphus, genius Marquis Corbel and his new venture Corbelient Systems, a new Guidance & Advice video from Susan Alan-Wenswick, and more!

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New issue of Minutiæ! GO READ IT! GO READ IT! GO READ IT!


This is the 57th bicycling fatality in Southern California this year, and the 23rd in Los Angeles County. It’s also the eighth bike death in the City of Los Angeles since the first of the year, and the second cycling fatality on Alameda Street since February of this year.

Here is a jaw dropping photo of what Barnsdall Park looked like in 1947 with Los Feliz in the distance. (Original plans had included a lake!)
Since then portions have been sold off, which today include Kaiser buildings and that strip mall with the Rite Aid, Jons and a Fat Burger.

Here is a jaw dropping photo of what Barnsdall Park looked like in 1947 with Los Feliz in the distance. (Original plans had included a lake!)

Since then portions have been sold off, which today include Kaiser buildings and that strip mall with the Rite Aid, Jons and a Fat Burger.