by Gothamist in Arts & Entertainment on Mar 15, 2019 12:05 pm Don't be fooled, this is just a scene from a TV show set in the '60s! And Don Draper was generally pretty miserable and a broken man! And his big epiphany at the end wasn't even SET in LA; that was up in Big Sur! And you can't afford to live there. (AMC) In the summer of 2013, Gothamist … [Read more...] about Ask A Native New Yorker: Should I Move To Los Angeles?
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Toyota Project Portal 2.0 fuel cell-powered semi-trailer truckAfter showing its second-generation fuel-cell semi-truck at the Port of Los Angeles in July, Toyota announced last week it will build 10 more fuel-cell trucks for the project. In addition to the trucks, the project will add two new heavy-duty hydrogen filling stations, two new hydrogen forklifts at Toyota's warehouse … [Read more...] about Toyota enters $82 million partnership to roll out hydrogen trucks in Los Angeles port
The Los Angeles City Council moved forward Tuesday with a plan to become the largest city in America to ban the sale and manufacturing of nearly all fur products. Councilman Paul Koretz said he hoped the proposal would lead to widespread bans around the globe. "Los Angeles is one of the fashion capitals of the world, and if we can do it here, we can do it anywhere and hopefully … [Read more...] about Los Angeles Will Ban Manufacturing & Selling of Fur
Nearly 300 miles into our 1,400-mile trip on Amtrak’s Coast Starlight, it dawned on me to check on the kids. I veered down the aisles of two passenger cars to the observation car, where my 9- and 13-year-old sons had layered a table with books, tablets and enough snacks to satisfy a Pacific Crest Trail thru-hiker.But like most everyone lucky to snag a seat below that … [Read more...] about Los Angeles to Seattle by rail aboard the Coast Starlight
by Jen Carlson in Arts & Entertainment on Apr 30, 2018 10:20 am (Photo by Jen Carlson/Gothamist) In the dead of winter, as New York City was getting hit with Nor'easter after Nor'easter, as New Yorkers crammed into the deteriorating subway system in puffer coats every morning to get to their jobs in fluorescent lit offices, as grey colored the sky and S.A.D. gripped … [Read more...] about Los Angeles Tourism Board Trolls NYC Subway Commuters