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Featured Story: For months Carter has been highlighting Streetsblog stories at The Source, and now I get to return the favor.  Yesterday he featured a map put together by LACityNerd showing that seven full sized American cities can fit inside Los Angeles.  The seven cities?  St. Louis, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Minneapolis, San Francisco, Boston and Pittsburgh.

    • Candidate Beutners a Bike Commuter, But No Love for CicLAvia? (City Watch)
    • Community Activist: NBC Universal Should Look at Reducing Cars, Not Speeding Up Traffic (Patch)
    • Main Street Bike Lanes/Road Diet on Venice NC Agenda in September (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Sheriff's Make Arrest in Friday's Red Line Stabbing (The Source, LAT)
    • See the Most Ridiculous Parking Restrictions Sign Ever (Curbed)
    • Weird Laws.  City Can Harass Music Festival But Not Scofflaw Drivers (LAT)
    • Here's the Second Article on Park(ing) Day (LAist)
    • It's a Big Blue Schedule Change on Sunday (SM Dispatch)
    • Coverage of Our Coverage of Long Beach (World on Bike, LB Post)
    • Gas Prices Slip Again (Daily News)
    • Obama and Family Take a Bike Ride on Martha’s Vineyard (Transpo Nation)

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