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Map: Today is Park[ing] Day in LA 2010

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CommunityWalk Map - Park[ing] Day LA - 2010

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Over 15 parking spaces will be turned into pop-up parks today as part of the annual global Park[ing] Day event. You can't park your car, but you can park your butt in the seats at the Park[ing] Day LA parks and talk to the space's organizers about why they are taking part in this event.

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The idea is to raise awareness of the value, and lack, of green space in the city. So park your car somewhere else, and take a few minutes to check out the pop-up park nearest you today. How do you find them? "The parks are listed on a Google Map and they are also geo-tagged so that they will continue to exist (virtually) even after they're gone. Visitors can tag them on FourSquare, leaving tips and comments for other visitors."