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Go See This: 100 Car-Free Angelenos Tell Their Stories

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For those who drive and for those who don't, Diane Meyer's photography exhibit at the 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica will fascinate all who ever traveled the thousands of streets in the Los Angeles. But foreign to many is the life without a car and traveled by foot, bicycle and public transit.

Without a Car in the World: 100 Car-less Angelinos Tell Stories Living in Los Angeles is a collection 100 diverse portraits and a quote from each person about their take on the streets. Many are care free by choice, others do not, even desiring a car. Either way, this is one of the best art shows we've seen this year.

The exhibit runs through December 11th.

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