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Building Community One Story at a Time

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A South LA Filmmaker Captures the Stories of African-American Cyclists on Film WHAT STAYED WITH HER were the stories, said Yolanda Davis-Overstreet, South LA native and director of “Ride: In Living Color,” a documentary currently being filmed on African-American cyclists. The stories started flowing from the moment she walked into City of Bicycles in Inglewood […]

Streetsblog Interview : Howard Krepack

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Howard Krepack is a pretty good lawyer.  In over three decades of legal work, he’s racked up quite a record inside and outside of the courtroom as a personal injury lawyer regularly winning recognition as one of the Top Lawyers in America and a Super Lawyer.  In short, he’s someone you would want on your […]

Streetsblog Interview Series: Aktive

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I can’t remember the first time I met Aktive, but it seems that every time I’m in the Northeast L.A. “Bike District” I run into him.  Going to an event at the Bike Oven?  There’s Aktive.  Getting the baby bike together at Flying Pigeon?  There’s Aktive.  June fundraiser?  Aktive. In a lot of ways, the […]

Streetsblog Interview: Ayla Stern

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Bicycle Advisory Committee Member.  Bike Working Group volunteer.  Midnight Rida.  Co-Founder of the Valley Bikery.  When it comes to advocacy Ayla Stern does it all.  Recently, she’s been one of the leaders of the battle to preserve the Wilbur Avenue Road Diet and Bike Lane re-striping that has won praise from cyclists and residents but […]