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5_26_10_latino.jpgA lot of people thought these signs were "anti-immigrant," but like the Salon writer that pointed me towards them, I think they're "pro."  Photo: NBC Miami
    • On Monday, the Blogs Covered "30 Seconds of Awesome" (LA Streetsblog, LAist, Curbed)
    • On Tuesday, It Was the Times and KTLA...What's on Tap for today?
    • Budget Crisis: Gov. Wants Cuts, Dems. Want Taxes (LAT)
    • BRU Hands Out Groceries to Mayor, Supes, to Demonstrate Cost of Fare Hikes (Daily News)
    • Staples Poor Bike Parking a Major Reason for Disappointing Attendence at Weekend Fight (15 Rounds)
    • It's Time for Last Week's Bike Week Sponsors to Setup Up the Other 51 Weeks (SoapBox)
    • Local Cyclists Give "Tuscon Velo" a Tour of the City
    • Metro Wins Grant for Electric Car Charging Stations (The Source, Progressive Railroading)
    • No More Deepwater Drilling? Not While We're Hooked on Oil (Good)
    • Atlantic: L.A.'s Not That Bad...

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