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    • Harris-Dawson: Hollywood Doesn't Have Right To Shut Down South L.A. (Sentinel)
    • L.A. Isn't Manhattanizing, It's Pasadena-izing (LAT)
    • Languishing Community Plans Are Now Election Issue (LAT)
    • NextCity Profiles Measure S Election, Echoes Trump And Brexit
    • Metro Adding Service For DTLA Rallies Saturday and Monday (SGV Tribune)...Plan Ahead: How And Where To Buy A TAP Card (Curbed)
    • Mariachi Plaza Building Takes Shape (Urbanize)
    • L.A. Passes Ordinance To Inspect Blighted Apartments More Often (KPCC)
    • How To Make The Blue Line Safer In LB (LBPT)
    • One LAT Librarian Won't Be Commuting On the Blue Line
    • Two Gold Line Vs. Car Collisions In One Day In Highland Park (Eastsider)
    • CiclaValley Previews Next Week's Lankershim Great Streets Event
    • Edison Instals Electric Car Charging Stations In Low Income Neighborhoods (SGV Tribune)
    • Maven Electric Car-Share Comes To L.A. (Ars Technica)

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