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From A To B: Happy Hour...To Go?

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Some of the Friday night riders on the MARC train like to live it up.
David Schultz
Some of the Friday night riders on the MARC train like to live it up.

You might have heard whispers about a legendary, secret happy hour, Friday evenings on the MARC train. On this week's regular transit segment, "From A to B," we send transportation reporter David Schultz out on to the rails to get the scoop.

[Music: "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" by John Lee Hooker from Chill Out]

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