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9:15 AM PDT on June 6, 2014

Flier for this Sunday's Wake for the Riverside-Figueroa Bridge in Northeast L.A.
Flier for this Sunday's Wake for the Riverside-Figueroa Bridge in Northeast Los Angeles. Image from Tom Explores Los Angeles. Click for larger version.
    • This Sunday, A Wake For the Riverside-Figueroa Bridge (Fb event)Saying Goodbye To the Historic Riverside-Figueroa Bridge (Ezra Horne YouTube)This Week's Bridge Coverage (SBLA) and Joe Linton's Earlier Tribute (LA Creek Freak)
    • DTLA Development Jumps the 10 Freeway into South L.A. (LAT)
    • Carnage: Fatal Crashes on 105 and 710 This Morning (LAT)
    • Metrolink Delays: Fire in O.C. (LAT), Freight Breakdown in Riverside (LAT)
    • Next in SM: Rising City Center and Ped-Friendly Lincoln Blvd? (Santa Monica Next)
    • A Broad Look At Long Beach Housing (LongBeachize)
    • In North Valley, L.A. City Opens Its Newest Largest Skate Park (LA Register)
    • Congressman Adam Schiff Posts From AIDS LifeCycle Ride (WeHo News via BikinginLA)
    • SF Muni Light Rail's Abysmal Failure Rate (SBSF)

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