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Photo Essay: 4 Hours in Los Angeles

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From 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., we lived Los Angeles on a bright Spring Sunday. Here is what we found...

The East West Players performed a set of plays from 365 Days/365 Plays:

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Down the street was the Cherry Blossom Festival:

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Then up to Thai Town for the Thai New Year's Festival:

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Everyone likes two girls kick boxing in Thai Town:

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Off on a sidestreet, an apartment with a retro title:

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Walking around the neighborhood, we enjoyed these purple lantanas:

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