Human-Powered Rollercoasters: a Brief History of the Alleycat Race

Human-Powered Rollercoasters: a Brief History of the Alleycat Race
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John Englar was inspired by the New York punk scene in the ’80s—where kids soaked the streets with piss, started street fights, and blew through lights around the city; where freaks and outcasts thrived and clubs held dank shows full of moshing bodies.

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Pandemonium: Motorists Go Ham on Cyclists for Even More Bike Lanes

Pandemonium: Motorists Go Ham on Cyclists for Even More Bike...
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Although SLUG’s Legal Department is fidgeting nervously inside a closet somewhere while the Columbia Journalism Review concludes its investigation into SLUG’s article in the March 2015 Issue on the updated parking/bike lane situation on 300 South, the magazine is boldly pressing forward with further coverage of #WeirdBikeLaneGate with a smoking-hot, exclusive lead.

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