June 1, 2018
Commuter Chronicles

Commuter chronicles: public grooming (eww)

By Claudia DeCarlo Which one of these does not belong on a MARC train? Responding to an email Listening to music Reading a magazine or book Looking up an old flame on social media Sleeping Drinking […]
October 1, 2017

The Commuter Chronicles: Back to School

By Claudia DeCarlo Last month was back-to-school time in Maryland – that time of year when excited parents fill Facebook with pictures of their kids getting on the school bus, full of fresh new enthusiasm for […]
July 17, 2017

The Commuter Chronicles: Digital Bibliophile

By Claudia DeCarlo Recently on the train, I saw someone reading a large, heavy, hardcover book. It looked to be a collection of stories, although I couldn’t make out the author’s name or title.    But this […]
April 30, 2017

The Commuter Chronicles: Name That Network

By Claudia De Carlo One of the great advantages to commuting on the train is the ability to relax and surf the web while travelling—something that those driving on the highway can’t (or shouldn’t) do. Recently […]
April 1, 2017

The Commuter Chronicles: What to Do When the Wi-Fi’s Not Working

By Claudia DeCarlo If you’re like me, you can get pretty frustrated when the Wi-Fi signal on the MARC train is too weak to satisfy your web-surfing needs. But fear not! Here’s a handy list of […]
January 30, 2017

The Commuter Chronicles #3: The Ca-cough-ony

Day in and day out, more than 30,000 people make the daily trek from Maryland to Washington DC, traveling 4-6 hours per day just to be able to call Charm City home. These are their stories. by Claudia […]
December 2, 2016

The Commuter Chronicles #2: The Superhero of Commuters

Day in and day out, more than 30,000 people make the daily trek from Maryland to Washington DC, traveling 4-6 hours per day just to be able to call Charm City home. These are their stories. by Claudia […]
October 30, 2016

The Commuter Chronicles: The Whiskey Clutch

Day in and day out, more than 30,000 people make the daily trek from Maryland to Washington DC, traveling 4-6 hours per day just to be able to call Charm City home. These are their stories. By Claudia […]
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