James Rubin

journalist and author

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Los Angeles-based journalist and co-author of The Urban Cyclist’s Survival Guide

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I couldn’t imagine living anywhere but the Hollywood Oaks. I say this as an ex-New Yorker who grew up with 24-hour traffic noise and a steady bustle of sidewalk activity.…

Hollywood Oaks: Living on the edge of civilization

I couldn’t imagine living anywhere but the Hollywood Oaks. I say this as an ex-New Yorker who grew up with 24-hour traffic noise and a steady bustle of sidewalk activity.…

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CicLAvia  has become a recurring feature of life in LA with  the latest  scheduled for this coming Sunday.

Will Los Angeles Ever Fall in Love with the Bicycle?

CicLAvia has become a recurring feature of life in LA with the latest scheduled for this coming Sunday.

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