To beat the heat, Lisle Adams and Allison Stewart are doing their daily runs closer to dusk. Allison also likes to send the message that    women  shouldn't run alone at night. Also good advice: wear bright or reflective clothing, stay in well-lit areas and don't use headphones.
To beat the heat, Lisle Adams and Allison Stewart are doing their daily runs closer to dusk. Allison also likes to send the message that women shouldn't run alone at night. Also good advice: wear bright or reflective clothing, stay in well-lit areas and don't use headphones.
To beat the heat, Lisle Adams and Allison Stewart are doing their daily runs closer to dusk. Allison also likes to send the message that women shouldn't run alone at night. Also good advice: wear bright or reflective clothing, stay in well-lit areas and don't use headphones.

Some runners prefer to be under the stars, especially during summer

August 02, 2011 12:00 AM

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