Today’s Headlines

Featured Headline: So There Was This Bike Thing Yesterday Called CicLAvia.  The Times followed a rolling family reunion.   ABC7 estimated 130,000 participants, up 30k from 10/10/10.  The AP notes that bikes and protesters mix well.  Neon Tommy contrasts CicLAvia with the Governor’s refusal to Give Us 3.  The Daily News wants it to come to the Valley (I do too…).  Forbes has a picture of Stephen Villavaso using Mojito’s hula-hoop.
More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

Join us this Thursday at 8 for a night of Streetfilms at the Echo Park Film Center. (Facebook, LASB Calendar)

We’re going to keep it a little light today, national holiday and all. Hope everyone had a blast at CicLAvia and enjoys the Storify story and our photo coverage. See you all at the next CicLAvia, 4/15/12.

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