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8:46 AM PDT on June 20, 2013

    • Cyclists Unhappy with Spring Street "Compromise" (LAT, Curbed, LAist, City News Service)
    • The Comments on This Even Handed Story on Spring Street Are Insane (Hollywood Reporter)
    • Crenshaw Subway Coalition Ponders Whether Metro CEO Should Be Fired (Front Page)
    • Live from Venice, It's Governor Villaraigosa? (KPCC)
    • Violent Misogynist Fights City Over Mural Ordinance Fine (LAT)
    • Newspaper Group Damns Villaraigosa with Faint Praise (Daily News)
    • CA Sprawling? Biggest State Also the Quickest to Densify (CP&DR)
    • Where the Entire Eastside Is "Other Communities" (Curbed)
    • Is Merging Planning and Building Safety the Best Idea? (Biz Observed)
    • The Paper of Record Likes Bill Rosendahl Almost As Much As We Do (LAT)
    • Santa Monica Blvd. Is Scary (WeHo Bike)
    • Metro Says Gate Locking Is Going Well for Metro (The Source)
    • Daily Carnage: Driver Surrenders Standing Next to Smoking Rubble (NBC4)

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