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Eyes on the Street: Priest sprinkles holy water at the 11th annual Blessing of the Bicycles which took place yesterday at Good Samaritan Hospital. Photo: Joe Linton/Streetsblog LA
Eyes on the Street: Priest sprinkles holy water at the 11th annual Blessing of the Bicycles which took place yesterday at Good Samaritan Hospital. Photo: Joe Linton/Streetsblog LA
Eyes on the Street: Priest sprinkles holy water at the 11th annual Blessing of the Bicycles which took place yesterday at Good Samaritan Hospital. Photo: Joe Linton/Streetsblog LA
    • A Deeper Look at LAX Connection Proposals (Let's Go L.A.)
    • Santa Monica Council Rescinds Transit Village Approval (Santa Monica Next)
    • Bike Parking Replacing Some Car Parking In New DTLA Development (Downtown News)
    • Garcetti Budget Parking Revenue Plan Undone By Council (LAT)
    • A Look At Valley-405-Westside Transportation Future Investments (LA Register)
    • Palmer Developments DTLA Ped Bridge Abuses City Planning (City Watch)
    • Echo Park Lake Sidewalks Getting Fixed (Curbed)
    • County Supervisors Approve Modest Beach Parking Charge Increases (LAT)
    • Electric Assist Bikes Are the Way to Go (KCRW)
    • Bridging the Gap to Connect DTLB to Gerald Desmond Bridge (LongBeachize)
    • Former SBLA Writer Carter Rubin Named to SM Housing Commission (Santa Monica Next)
    • Council Putting Santa Monica Airport Measure on Upcoming Ballot (Santa Monica Next)

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