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    • Cyclists Attacked in Silver Lake During Naked Bike Ride (Patch)
    • So Why Does Today's Council Agenda Call for Passing All three Wilshire BOL Options? (The Source)
    • Epstein on BOL Controversy: A City That Forgets Its Transit Past Is Doomed to Repeat It (HuffPo)
    • Brentwood Patch Writes a Weird Ode to Driving.  Bemoans the "Carpocalypse" Coming in July
    • Caruso's Livability Plan Makes Sense, If He Would Phrase it Differently (Patch)
    • AEG's "Deadline" for Stadium Deal about NFL Politics, not City Ones (City Watch)
    • Ha!  "Go Away Tourists" Sign Pops Up at Popular Hollywood Sign Viewing Spot (Curbed)
    • Gold Line Foothill Extension Worried About Monrovia Lawsuit (The Source, Patch)
    • Ride a Bike, Join a Group, Speak Out.  Sounds Easy Enough (GOOD)
    • “Dump the Pump Day” is This Wednesday (NRDC Switchboard)
    • Report: Gas Prices, More than Fares, Effect Transit Ridership (Infrastructurist)

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