Each week, we pick a few links of interest and share them with you: Now that LA's got a second shot at the U.S. Olympic 2024 bid, let's relook atone of the best parts of the plan: its lovely logo and graphic identity. Could Downtown's en-route housing boom keep it from suffering the unaffordability fate of San Francisco? Downtown Los Angeles has the highest concentration of dangerous intersections for pedestrians, according to an in-depth L.A. Times analysis. Related, our friends Rachel Finfer and Michael Kirk recently created this alarming heat map of the rate of car accidents involving bicyclists across LA. Museum director Joanne Heyler is making sure artworks feel happy in their new home at The Broad before it opens in September.