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Elysian Valley couple drank their own urine during desert ordeal; Dodgers raise season-ticket prices; L.A. bike ridership drops

Today's Photo: Spotted on Scott Avenue, Echo Park | Finnius Morton

Today’s Photo: Spotted on Scott Avenue, Echo Park | Finnius Morton

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  • The Elysian Valley couple who went missing after getting lost on a desert hike drank their own urine to survive before being found near the U.S.-Mexico border. L.A. Times
  • The Dodgers raised  season ticket prices for the second year in a row and boosted the price of parking for season-ticket holders by as much as 27%. L.A. Times
  • Bike ridership in Los Angeles dropped 9% between 2015 and 2013. It was the first decline since the L.A. County Bike Coalition began conducting the biennial survey in 2009. The biggest declines took place on streets without bike lanes while ridership remained flat on streets with existing lanes. Ridership increased dramatically on streets where bike lanes had been added. KPCC
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3 comments

  1. hahahha, Dodgers continuing to screw their fans. Can’t watch them on TV. Gotta pay double to go to games. Even more outrageous parking prices.

    love it

    GO GIANTS!!!!

  2. Anybody know the back story on the Help Us sign in picture? Sure hope there aren’t any hostages in there! 😬

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