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10:05 AM PDT on October 24, 2013

    • There's a Damn Good Reason Cyclists Ride Wilshire on the Westside (Biking in L.A., errr, LAT)
    • Council Member Koretz Says Ride Share Is Bad for the Environment (LAT)
    • ...But City Won't Protest CPUC Ruling (LAT)
    • Car Dependency in L.A. Is Bad for the City's Artistic Community (Medium via Curbed)
    • Northridge: The Next Westwood (Daily News)
    • Whether It's High Speed Rail or Not, CA Needs More Rail Capacity (Zocalo)
    • L.A.'s Sprawling Modernism (Atlantic Cities)
    • Skidrow Studios Talks Pershing Square (Audio Starts with Page Load)
    • Deputies Backing Baca Opponent Claim Retaliation at Work (LAT)
    • Foreclosure Activity Continues to Fall in SOCAL, all CAL (Daily News)
    • Gov. Undermines Affordable Housing Regulations (SF Chronicle)

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