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Helping Los Angeles visitors and residents find events and activities accessible by Metro Rail — see our blog: https://metroduo.wordpress.com

No Pants Metro Ride Takes Off Again

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No Pants Metro Ride Takes Off Again


Cheeky Metro Riders Doff Their Pants

On Sunday afternoon, January 8, 2016, hundreds of Metro patrons will take off their pants and ride the rails from Union Station to Santa Monica.

A cross-section of LA Metro riders will be displaying their underwear: men and women, toddlers and seniors. A good time will be had by all.

If you’re feeling brave and want to participate, see our post for details. Continue reading

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The Expo Line Goes to the Sea!

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The Expo Line Goes to the Sea!

Hundreds Crammed into First Train for May 20 Ride

After six decades, you can once again ride the rails between Downtown Los Angeles and Downtown Santa Monica following much of the route of the old Red Cars.

The crowds on the platforms at Culver City Station and the following six stations were nothing compared to the huge, boisterous group waiting at the Santa Monica Downtown Station. Fortunately, the weather was sunny, with a cool sea breeze helping to keep the wait comfortable.

Come along and ride with the Metro Duo on the first Expo Line train to the sea! Continue reading

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Night on Broadway Brings Back Glamour Era

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Night on Broadway Brings Back Glamour Era

Golden Era of Broadway Glitters for Night on Broadway
Saturday, January 30, 2016 — Rain or Shine
Broadway (3rd – Olympic) Free Art Fest, 5-11 pm

Night on Broadway has the feel of multiple premieres on a street lined with movie palaces.
Each of the seven featured theaters is a gem in itself — the combination is an amazing jeweled evening.
Being in these theaters brings the Golden Era of Broadway to life.

It is easily accessible by Metro Red/Purple Lines to Pershing Square.
So hop on Metro to Night on Broadway and feel like you are walking the Red Carpet. Continue reading

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