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How Road Rage Inspired the New Wave Hit ‘Cars’

November 17, 2019 0

As punk rock crested in 1978 and the more refined New Wave emerged, European artists began experimenting with synthesizers. “Cars,” by British musician Gary Numan, was among electronic pop’s early hits. Inspired by a London […]

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Readers Respond to the 2019 WSJ Airport Rankings

November 15, 2019 0

Perhaps Wall Street Journal subscriber Andy Xia put it best: “Maybe the punchline is that U.S. airports are just bad.” After The Wall Street Journal ranked the top 20 largest U.S. airports for the first […]

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New York Airports: The Best at Being the Worst

November 13, 2019 0

Travelers despise these airports—and the people who run them know it. The three New York-area airports again ranked last in the WSJ’s annual airport survey, repeating last year’s dismal showing. New York Kennedy and Newark […]

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Airports Tame the Ridesharing Rodeo

November 11, 2019 0

Airports are still sorting out how to handle the ride-hailing companies crowding their curbs. Boston’s Logan International Airport is the latest to relocate Lyft and Uber drivers from roads around the terminals to a parking […]