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Author Neal Broverman

  • Neal Broverman

    Neal Broverman is the editor in chief of Out Traveler, an LGBT travel site, and a contributing editor to its sister publication, The Advocate. He also serves as an editor for Curbed LA, covering transportation, architecture, and urban planning. His writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Angeleno, and USA Today. Broverman is an L.A. driver, but tries to walk, bike, and take Metro as much as humanly possible. Follow him on Twitter: @nbroverman.

 

Three L.A. Garages We Wish We Could Live In

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Not-So-Endless Summer: Try These Beach Hacks Before the Season’s Over

Avoid parking and traffic drama a la playa with these four tips Read more...

A Guide to L.A.'s Drive-In Movie Theaters

There are only three left in the city. Here's how to find them Read more...

No App-ologies: Uber Flourishes Despite Taxi Driver Protests

The rideshare company just made their prices even more reasonable Read more...

Weekend Drive: Must-See Stops Between L.A. and Palm Springs

Dinosaurs and high-elevation dining make the trip more interesting Read more...

History of Route 66 Revealed in The Autry Center's New Exhibit

Find out how the highway went from dirt road to On the Road Read more...

Liberace’s Legendary Car Collection May Soon Come Out of the Closet

The singer’s bedazzled fleet could find a new home in Vegas Read more...

4 Apps To Improve Your Commute

Roadside assistance at your fingertips Read more...

Let the Sunshine In: Solar Roadways Could Be the Future

This viral Indiegogo campaign could transform roads into power sources Read more...

Should Los Angeles Care About Google’s Self-Driving Car?

No steering wheel, no brakes, a top speed of 25mph—think of this prototype as the most technologically advanced Disneyland ride ever Read more...
 
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