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It found that as long as half of travel is still carried out by conventional cars, total vehicle miles traveled will increase from 30 to 90 percent, suggesting that even widespread sharing of driverless cars would mean greater congestion for a long time. Airlines also may face new competition as people choose to travel by car at speeds well over 100 mph between cities a few hundred miles apart instead of flying. Transit agencies will need to rethink their services in order to stay competitive, especially because the elimination of a driver would make car-sharing services cheaper.

He also likes to make artisan breads; for Thanksgiving, he made a green bean casserole and stuffing for the family gathering, Sean Monroe, 18 and a graduating senior, has perhaps the most unusual reason for joining the club of any of the students, “I’m planning to enter the Gilroy Garlic Festival Cook-off,” he says with ballet leotards history a smile, “I want to make a garlic bulb out of garlic pastry and fill it, “I’m still working on it, Mr, Lum has been helping me with a recipe.”..

Nguyen, 54, is being held at a detention facility in Ho Chi Minh City. He is under investigation for violating Article 109 of Vietnam’s penal code for allegedly conspiring against the government in a country that doesn’t tolerate dissent. “We hope this absence of any formal charges clears any suspicion that Michael was involved in any form of anti government activities,” Roberts said. The investigation could last as long as three to five months, and possibly longer, Franc Shelton, of the Consulate General office in Ho Chi Minh City, told the family in a phone conversation late Tuesday, Roberts said, adding that the family was told Nguyen is in good health.

Her hockey career took her all over the northern United States and Canada before she finally had ballet leotards history to give it up, “I got into the hockey thing and I was in a girls’ and a guys’ league for a few years, traveling through Canada and stuff,” she said, “Next thing I know, it’s like, ‘You’ve got to choose, Are you going to inline and make it to that next step, or are you going to do hockey?’ So I decided to keep going with inline – I like to do a sport that’s not so team-oriented.”..

Booker T.‘s Stax Revue: Booker T. Jones, the legendary keyboardist best known for his work with the MG’s and the smash hit “Green Onions,” takes a musical trip back through his storied career and performs material from such celebrated acts as Otis Redding, Carla Thomas and Sam & Dave. Details: 4 p.m. Aug. 11; Sobrato. Goapele: The Oakland native, who now lives in Southern California, released the acclaimed debut “Closer” in 2001. The soul-R&B singer-songwriter returns to the Bay Area in support of her latest EP, “Dreamseeker.” Details: 6 p.m. Aug. 11; Sobrato.