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November 29, 2013

Google Launches Map With Street Views of Airports, Train and Subway Stations

Google is making your traveling experience just a little easier with the latest release of their maps.  Today, Google launched an interactive map that features Street Views of over 65 transportation hubs throughout the world, selected entertainment destinations like the Museum of Flight in Seattle and much more.

Google explains that this is just the beginning in their effort to map out transit destinations throughout the world. Presently, the Street View features 16 international airports, over 50 train and subway stations, museums and more.

In a blog post, Ulf Spitzer, [...]

 
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November 28, 2013

Delta Brings More Options to the West Coast

In an effort to expand their network and offer passengers more connections to more flights, Delta is continuing to add additional flights and routes to many west coast destinations.

At the end of summer, Delta launched hourly Delta Shuttle service between Los Angeles and San Francisco.  The new service mimics Delta’s popular Shuttle service in the Northeast between New York, Boston, Washington, DC and Chicago. Shuttle flights include complimentary beer and wine for all classes as well as a small snack.  For the west coast service, Delta partnered up with LYFE Kitchen™ [...]

 
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November 28, 2013

Brooklyn: Morgan’s Brooklyn Barbeque

Morgan’s is Brooklyn through and through, a restaurant with a DIY edge that’s as mindful of families with young kids as it is of the borough’s bearded whiskey fanatics. The Texas-style barbecue is treated seriously (very good brisket, pulled pork and ribs), but there’s also the whimsical, crowd-pleasing frito pie smothered with Texas red chili; loaded baked potatoes; and church-supper standby green bean casserole. The restaurant offers a big, casual, wood-detailed space, with a late-night menu of barbecue sandwiches starting at 11:00 p.m.

 
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November 28, 2013

Dallas: Kuyde Warren Park

Can a new highway-cap park unite Downtown Dallas in pedestrian-friendly planning? Dallas has commissioned an impressive collection of architectural objects over the last few decades, like the Morphosis-designed Perot Museum of Nature and Science, which openned on December 1. The city, however, often feels disconnected and disjointed, reflecting its car-centered culture. The recently opened Klyde Warren Park, however, attempts to merge sophisticated contemporary design with walkable urbanism, partially correcting dated urban renewal-era thinking and reconnecting two important [...]
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