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"Another reason to ride your bike in Santa Monica"

  • A Second Review of Bikeside Speaks (Bikeside)
  • Why Do Metro and LADOT Keep Hiring Imports? (Soap Box)
  • Crack Down on Dirty Trucks at Port of L.A. (Neon Tommy)
  • Metro Answers Questions About TAP (The Source)
  • City of Glendale's freeway offramp vs. river walk and bike paths (Creek Freak)
  • City Wins Bing in Court Fight Against Billboards (LAist)
  • When Riding a Bike Is More Than Riding a Bike (Soap Box)
  • Ventura D.A. Won't Charge Heather Locklear with Hit and Run, Even though It Was Her Car (People)

(It's a travel day for Damien.  That means all headlines had to be online by last night)

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