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Today’s Headlines

9:02 AM PDT on September 4, 2012

    • Mixed-Use Development Opens Near Culver City Expo Station (LAT)
    • Wilshire/405 Ramps Re-Opened Early (The Source)
    • City Needs to Cut 400 Trees to Make Space for Shuttle (LAT)
    • Up from 250 Trees in July (LA Streetsblog, July 26)
    • Triumph for Metro as USC Fans Pack Expo on Saturday (The Source)
    • One Station Actually Does Research Before Broadcasting on Culata/Critical Mass Crash (ABC7)
    • Witness Says Culata Riding Fixie, Couldn't Stop at Time of Crash (Biking In L.A. Comments)
    • San Diego Critical Mass Not Responsible for Screwdriver Thrown at Cop (San Diego News 10)
    • Media Obsessed with Paparazzi Law in Bieber's 101 on 101. Not Concerned with Reckless Driving (LAT)
    • Breaking Down the "Controversy" Over the Expo Bikeway (Better Bike)
    • Having Fun with Public Bike Art in Malaysia (Bike Commute News)
    • Another Legal Setback for Monrovia Transit Village (Pasadena Star-News)
    • It's a Big Week for Villaraigosa (LAT, Daily News)
    • SoCal Sets Gas Prices Record (Daily News)
    • Rise of the L.A. River, an International Story (Guardian)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

While we took yesterday off, we published two stories on Saturday. One detailed the tragic passing of Jerico Culata at Critical Mass. The other was a photo essay detailing the triumph of the Ovarian Psycos Bicycle Brigade's "Clitoral Mass" on Saturday.

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