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I'll be filling in for Damien Newton as guest editor for LA Streetsblog today. I'll do my best not to break anything here until he resumes his regular duties on Monday. 

    • LAPD & CHP cracking down on drunk drivers this St. Patrick's Day weekend (Annenberg TV News)
    • Sunday's L.A. Marathon will close streets throughout the Westside, panic does not ensue (LA Times)
    • Santa Monica works to integrate the Big Blue Bus system with the Expo Line extension (The Source)
    • AEG no longer for sale, but the CEO negotiating for a Downtown NFL Stadium is out (Curbed LA)
    • Will the new transit-riding pontiff give up the Popemobile? (Transportation Nation)
    • The next skirmish in the battle over NELA bike lanes takes place March 27th (Eagle Rock Patch)
    • Not On My Front Street: Brentwood residents say no bike lanes on Bundy (Brentwood Patch)
    • Meanwhile, interested NoHo parties will actually sit down to discuss bike lanes (NHTL Patch)
    • A muralist turns the Valley's Van Nuys Blvd into his own canvas (KCET Departures)
    • A new Kickstarter campaign promises to bring bike-in movies to the L.A. River (KCET Departures)
    • Malawi driver kills 3 members of family walking on road; naturally, bicyclists are blamed (Nyasa Times)
    • Victoria's Secret supermodel injured on an unnamed L.A. freeway (Mail Online)
    • No matter how bad your day is, it could be worse. You could be on a Carnival cruise. (LA Times)

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