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Watch all the way to the end...what was that about the LADOT not wanting to do media work on Sharrows?
    • Ped. Deaths Shooting Up in Valley, NoHo (Daily News)
    • Now in Its Second Decade, Red Line Shows Age, Chances for Growth (Daily News)
    • Officials Believe Red Line Slows Congestion Growth (Daily News)
    • Is There a Better Way to Tunnel (The Source)
    • BP Underestimating Amount of Oil Spilled (LAT)
    • Lakers Parade Closes a Chunk of Downtown's Streets Today (LAT)
    • Caltrans Hosts All-Day Workshop on Bike Planning, LADOT No-Shows (Soap Box)
    • A Shrine to a Dead Father Appears on the LA River Path (Creek Freak)

(Note: The fundraiser was great.  We'll do a write-up as soon as I get some pictures and video...I left my camera at home by accident - D)

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