Cycling, boxing and running studios, as well as some full-service gyms, are using sophisticated lighting systems to heighten the exercise experience.
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APRIL 07, 2014
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DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - CASH 4 CARS TODAY, LLC
2014 - RAYTOM ENTERPRISES, LLC
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- Report calls for Muni to stop cash payment for cable car rides
By Dominic Fracassa - Tuesday Aug 1, 2017
Last year, San Francisco officials wanted to know if the city’s cable car operators were following all the proper protocols when they collected fares from riders and issued them receipts.Wearing inconspicuous clothes, the auditors boarded the city’s iconic cable cars at different times of day on weekdays and weekends to test just how rigorous conductors were in asking for payment and offering receipts.Citing “inadequate controls and unmanaged risks,” the controller’s report recommended that Muni abolish cash payments for cable car rides altogether as a way to keep revenues from trickling away due to uncollected fares.[...] Muni’s long-standing practice of collecting cash fares has been in a particularly uncomfortable spotlight since April, when a cable car conductor was arrested on felony embezzlement charges as a result of the audit after he allegedly pocketed riders’ fares.Muni permits cable car riders to pay with Clipper cards, visitor day passes or the MuniMobile app, but cash fares still accounted for about one-third — just over $10 million — of the transit system’s revenues for the 2015-16 fiscal year.[...] collecting that cash and issuing paper receipts — as is the current practice — leaves Muni vulnerable to financial impropriety and lost revenues, the controller’s report found.During their undercover observations on 30 rides, the controller’s undercover auditors found that cable car conductors didn’t ask them for fares on 11 of them, resulting in $77 in uncollected revenue.The police subsequently conducted a sting operation using unmarked bills, and arrested the operator on embezzlement charges on April 19.Muni concurred with most of the memo’s findings and recommendations, according to an official response form the agency attached to the controller’s documents, but said that it was “unlikely, however, given the ridership demographics, including tourists, that a full cashless system will be possible.”
- ‘Lost Tapes: Son of Sam’ explores grim time in N.Y.
By David Bauder - Friday Jul 28, 2017
NEW YORK — Geraldo Rivera dates the low point in modern New York City history to Aug. 9, 1977. That was the day before police arrested David Berkowitz, the serial killer who called himself “Son of Sam.” He terrorized the city for a year with late-night shootings, killing six and wounding seven, and primarily targeted young women sitting in cars. The time is vividly brought to life in the Smithsonian Channel documentary, “The Lost Tapes: Son of Sam,” premiering Sunday at 9 p.m. The Investigation Discovery network is airing its own retrospective on the crime spree that airs next Saturday, Aug. 5.
- Royals trade P Luke Farrell to Dodgers for cash
Friday Jul 28, 2017
Luke Farrell, who made his major league debut with the Kansas City Royals this season, was traded Friday to the Los Angeles Dodgers for cash considerations.
- AP PHOTOS: For pot stores, fear is part of doing business
Thursday Aug 3, 2017
LOS ANGELES (AP) — In California and other states where marijuana is legal for medical or recreational use, pot store owners often find themselves nervously carrying around large amounts of cash.In Los Angeles, dispensary owner Jerred Kiloh makes a tension-filled drive downtown once a month to pay his city taxes, with tens of thousands of dollars in his car.