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6:01 AM PST on November 22, 2010

    • Long Beach Gets New Bike Corrals (EcoVillage)
    • Speaking of Which, Will Corrals Be Part of Huizar Living Streets Initiative? (Living Streets)
    • ESPN Looks at the Stadium Situation
    • K-Town Hit and Run Kills Elderly Woman Pedestrian (LAist)
    • Naming a Crosswalk After a Slain Child Is More Sad Than Anything Else (CityWatch)
    • Beck Marks Year as L.A.'s Top Cop (LAT)
    • Buildings Don't Cause Traffic, Drivers Do (Brigham Yen)
    • Most Drivers Prefer Traditional Over Green Cars (Daily News)
    • Latinos, Asians, More Worried about Environment than Whites (LAT)
    • Why We Write About All These Depressing Crashes (Biking In L.A.)
    • How About CicLAvia in South L.A.?
    • London Driver Who Killed Cyclist While Drunk and on Cell Phone Gets 7 Years (UK Guardian)
    • Oh, Bicycle Christmas Tree, O Bicycle Christmas Tree... (Cycleicious)

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(I'm traveling again today, so what you see is what you get.  We'll have new content today, tomorrow, and Wednesday before taking the rest of the week off.  Tomorrow and Wednesday will have normal syndication.- DN)

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