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Featured Headline: Hector Tobar's most recent piece in the Times reads like a horror story.  Helpless women  except instead of an ending where a hero rides to the rescue, the police seem worn out and the local Councilman, Ed Reyes, is stymied by an apathetic city council.  What an embarrassment.

    • Being Outside Is Good For You!  Go to CicLAvia (LAT)
    • Friendly Reminder, CicLAvia Is Not a Road Race, Slow Down! (CicLAvia)
    • Glendale Stalling on Creating Bike/Ped Advisory Committee (Sunroom Desk)
    • House Gives Free Pass to Cement Polluters (Streetsblog Cap. Hill)
    • NRDC Attorney: Stop Messing with CEQA (SacBee)
    • Submit Your Broken Sidewalk Photos (KCET)
    • Brown Showing "Independence" with Signings/Vetoes (Daily News)
    • Metro Owes Westchester a Rail Station for Crenshaw (City Watch, City Watch Again)
    • Rivalry Brews Between Parking Reformers, Affordable Housing Advocates in CA (CP&DR)
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