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Graffiti Knitting Coming to Town

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Hot: Knit Bombing
Not: Slap Taggers

Come Thursday, you might notice some softer graffiti around town. That's because Knitta, Please -- a crew of clandestine knitting females (and one male named MascuKnitity) -- will be hosting a show at The Standard Hollywod from 7 - 10 p.m.

Whether or not our local Crazy Aunt Purl will be joining in on the fun, keep your eye out for bike racks, beer bottles, sign posts or walls. Los Angeles is going to be hit with knit.