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    • Curbed Readers Right! It's Weird Promise Zones Exclude South L.A.
    • A Denser Glendale Is Scaring Caltrans...What If All Those New People Get on Highways? (News-Press)
    • Breaking: LAX Bad for Air Quality of Neighbors (CBS2)
    • Cyclist Killed by Tour Bus in South L.A., Bike Stolen As She Died (Biking in L.A.)
    • FAA Asks Judge to Dismiss Suit that Could Lead to Partial Closure of SMO in 2015 (Santa Monica Next)
    • Brown Defends Funding Proposal for High Speed Rail (SacBee)
    • But the Times "Reporter" on HSR Still Critical (LAT)
    • Lookout Writer Jason Islas Gives Personal Coverage of Race to Replace Zev (Jason Islas)
    • 8 L.A. Libraries Re-Opening After Budgets Restored (LAist)
    • A Summary of Eco-Village's Rocking 20th Anniversary (Eco-Village)
    • The Sad State of Traffic Safety in NELA's Streets (Walk Eagle Rock)
    • No Pants Day on the Subway Photoblog (Daily News)
    • How Shoupian Economics Can Solve BART’s Parking Problems (Mercury Roadshow)

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