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Paint Your Lane! DIY Bike Lanes Dan Koeppel From Bicycling

The bridge is calm as Sunday morning dawns. At either end of the span, the freeway ramps are idle. Below, a few shorebirds peck at the marshy floor of the river. This is an out-of-character moment: During the week, thousands of cars pass through here, coming from the north, south and east, pinching into four lanes as they make their way toward the commercial centers of downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood and the city beyond.

Burning Message to the State in the Fire of the Poor’s Rebellion Richard Pithouse

DU NOON, Diepsloot, Dinokana, Khayelitsha, KwaZakhele, Masiphumelele, Lindelani, Piet Retief and Samora Machel. We are back, after a brief lull during the election, to road blockades, burnt-out police cars and the whole sorry mess of tear gas, stun grenades and mass arrests. Already this month, a girl has been shot in the head in KwaZakhele, three men have been shot dead in Piet Retief, and a man from Khayelitsha is in a critical condition.

The Mapuche Community in Southern Chile Yeupeko-Filkun

Pirate Bay Defendants to Fight On Mats Lewan, CNet

The verdict has been handed down in the Pirate Bay file-sharing case, but the legal actions are far from done.

"The prosecutor leads 1-0 after the first round, but this will of course be appealed," said Per E. Samuelsson, defense lawyer for Carl Lundström, one of the four individuals sentenced in the Pirate Bay trial, according to the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter.

Franklin Rosemont RIP April 12th, 2009 David Roediger, Paul Garon, and Kate Khatib

New York City Anarchist Bob Palmer, 1924–2009

Bob Palmer, an activist in New York's anarchist community since the early 1960s, died late Saturday night, April 4, 2009, from complications arising from a chronic heart condition. He was 84.

Jury: University of Colorado Wrongly Fired Prof Ivan Moreno

Jury: University of Colorado Wrongly Fired Prof Ivan Moreno


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