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Eyes on the election: Measure M proponents rally in North Hollywood last Friday. Photo: Joe Linton/Streetsblog L.A.
Eyes on the election: Measure M proponents rally in North Hollywood last Friday. Photo: Joe Linton/Streetsblog L.A.
Eyes on the election: Measure M proponents rally in North Hollywood last Friday. Photo: Joe Linton/Streetsblog L.A.
    • L.A. River Bike Path Meeting Tonight (Biking in L.A., CiclaValley)
    • LAT Editorial: Vote Clinton To Combat Climate Change
    • L.A. Weekly Looks At AIDS Foundation Election Spending
    • Boyle Heights Anti-Gentrification Graffiti Sparks Hate Crime Debate (Guardian, L.A. Weekly)
    • Carnage: Suspected DUI Driver Kills Infant Girl On 110 Freeway In Elysian Park (SGV Tribune)
    • Bike And Transit Commute Opens Up Possibilities (Orange 20)
    • New DTLA Arts District Park Opens (Downtown News)
    • Norwalk To Raze Car Wash For Affordable Housing (Downey Patriot)
    • Conservative Group Joins Lawsuit Against WeHo Affordable Housing (WeHoVille)
    • Off Peak Podcast Sportscasts Metro Bus Roadeo (The Source)
    • Abobe Communities Opens LAUSD Teacher Housing In Hollywood (Urbanize)
    • The Transport Politic Summarizes US Transportation Ballot Measures
    • Inside North Korea's Ornate Metro System, Plus Protected Green Bike Lanes (CNN)

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