South Shore Line July tickets remain valid for August

first_img Facebook (“The South Shore Line” by railsr4me, CC BY-ND 2.0) Good news for those who purchased July monthly tickets for the South Shore Line.The rail line announced this week that all July tickets will remain valid throughout the month of August.Passengers who purchased a paper July monthly ticket should plan to keep that ticket and use it throughout August. Those who purchased a digital July ticket via the mobile app will see an August ticket uploaded to their account prior to August 1.For more information, contact the SSL through the online contact form at mysouthshoreline.com/contact.SSL is also offering free westbound rides on all trains July 1 through August 31. The free rides apply to all SSL stations, and passengers can simply board applicable westbound trains with no ticket purchase.All doctors, nurses, EMTs, paramedics, firefighters and other medical personnel and law enforcement can continue riding for free throughout the months of July and August. For more information, visit southshoreline.com. Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Google+ TAGSAugustcoronavirusCOVID-19freejulyrail lineridesSouth Shore Linetickets WhatsApp By Brooklyne Beatty – July 1, 2020 0 467 center_img Pinterest IndianaLocalNews South Shore Line July tickets remain valid for August Twitter Twitter Google+ Previous articleOfficial: No South Bend Cubs baseball this seasonNext articleFamily Fun Day Camps scheduled for July at South Bend park Brooklyne Beattylast_img read more

Watch Trey Anastasio Playing With Street Musicians In San Francisco

first_imgWith one day off between runs at The Gorge Amphitheatre in George, WA and the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, CA, Phish made their way to the Bay Area and got themselves re-acquainted with the Golden Gate City. It seems that guitarist Trey Anastasio had an opportunity to visit with some local musicians, performing on the street with some buskers in what is presumably the city’s famed Chinatown district. The presumption comes not only from the Chinese characters on the sign, but also the banjo-like instrument that Anastasio is playing.Watch the short clip of Anastasio and the street musicians below, courtesy of Phish From The Road.last_img read more