I understand public transportation in the LA area is paltry, but I do not want a car and work from home. I'm not interested in taking the bus, only the metro.
It looks like if I want to live in the south bay area, near the beach, the only feasible place is Long Beach? The Green Line looks like a joke, it's miles away from Redondo and Manhattan beaches.
Bottom line is I'm looking for a happening area where there is stuff going on. Any area is fair game, Red Line, Gold Line, or otherwise.6 AnswersLos Angeles1 decade ago
I have a decent paying career which is web based, so I can live anywhere + or - 3 hours time zone to the east coast. I am a big proponent of public transportation. I know New York dominates LA's transit system, but I think if I position myself well in LA - downtown close to the metro - I could manage. I really enjoy both cities and am having a very tough time deciding.
More background: Young professional, looking for cultural activities and to meet new people. Originally from upstate NY, but love the big city life. Thoughts?3 AnswersOther - United States1 decade ago
Because of budget cuts my graduate schools of choice have shut down admissions for a year!
I would like to still attend and take the required classes and apply the following year, which the school says is fine.
Can I still take out a student loan to cover my costs? Or do I have to be accepted?3 AnswersFinancial Aid1 decade ago
You can feel it directly under your molars.2 AnswersOther - General Health Care1 decade ago