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6:24 AM PDT on July 22, 2013

    • Sahra and Eastside Riders' John Jones Talk Demonstrations, Public Space, Profiling (ESPN 710)
    • A Photographic Look at LA's First Freeway Constructions (KCET)
    • Lincoln Heights Highway Adjacent Condos Not Selling That Well (Eastsider)
    • Ron Kaye Pens What's Basically a No on 710 Op/Ed (Glendale News-Press)
    • Summer of Cycling Series Prints Op/Ed by Actual Cyclist (Daily Breeze)
    • Newspaper Group Readers Overwhelmingly Say SoCal Can Be Bike Friendly (Daily News)
    • Licensed Pedicabs Hit the Street in Santa Monica (Patch)
    • Long Beach Wants "Transit Mall" Blue Line Stop Re-Named "Downtown Long Beach" (The Source)
    • Hermosa Beach Votes on Whether to Allow Drilling to Return (LAT)
    • "Adult Fitness Playgrounds Spring Up Around L.A." (Daily News)
    • 18 Places to Watch Outdoor Movies This Summer (Curbed)
    • Deadly Hit and Run on Crenshaw in Hyde Park (CBS2)
    • Fun Run Trayvon Protest Broken Up in Westwood, Joggers Ignore Cop on a Bike Because, Hey...He Was ON A BIKE (Daily News)

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