Today on NPR’s Morning Edition you could have heard the latest part of a series of stories our publisher, Youth Radio, is producing with NPR on the changing car culture in America.
Here’s a taste:
You might think there’s one place in America you absolutely need a car: Los Angeles. You’d be wrong.
“I have been in L.A. without a car for two years now,” says Alyssa Rosenthal, a makeup artist.
Rosenthal’s job means lugging a professional makeup kit — think of a small toolbox filled with enough supplies to make a supermodel or a zombie (or a zombie supermodel). Point being: It’s heavy, and it’s her responsibility to get it to the movie set.
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