Jeremy Rosenberg | KCET
Post date: 2009-03-02T09:47:56-08:00
The piece was about following then candidate-Villaraigosa's campaign schedule for a day -- even on a day he wasn't on that trail. Twelve stops, eleven hours, and 172 odometer miles later, the piece concluded, "Hey, there's always 2005."
Post date: 2009-02-27T11:17:28-08:00
Written by Milken staffers Kevin Klowden, Perry Wong and Soojung Kim, the report's conclusion states how high a cost -- nearly a grand apiece -- California's congestion dinged urbanites in one recent year alone.
Post date: 2009-02-22T18:40:47-08:00
TTLA reader JK left a comment that concluded with a question. RAND traffic expert Paul Sorensen takes the time to respond.
Post date: 2009-02-18T13:24:52-08:00
Today, TTLA takes a look at the interiors and exteriors of two Southland think tanks -- but don't call at least one of them by that term, please -- RAND Corporation and the Ayn Rand Institute.
Post date: 2009-02-14T10:34:46-08:00
It's a small world, after all: Santa Monica is home to RAND; Irvine, to Ayn Rand. And then there's a gent named Rand...
Post date: 2009-02-13T11:03:15-08:00