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Interesting article in the LA Times on how much of the city's urban policies and urbanity in general is reflective of its Latino culture and heritage with a special shoutout to Broadway and its transformations.
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Interesting article in the LA Times on how much of the city's urban policies and urbanity in general is reflective of its Latino culture and heritage with a special shoutout to Broadway and its transformations.
I like Hawthorne, but writing that allowing murals and street vendors is a central and south american influence is misguided. Loads of US cities have allowed and encouraged murals for decades. Philadelphia, for example, has had a city-wide mural program since at least the mid-90s. Street vendors have been selling food on the street in other cities since, well, forever. LA is just getting caught up to the rest of the country, never mind the rest of the western hemisphere.
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