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One For the Ladies: Watch For 'Slow Jams' On The Westside

Graffiti on the curves of the Ballona Creek Bike Path (Photo by Emma Gallegos/LAist)
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There's a lot of great graffiti on the concrete along the Ballona Creek Bike Path, one of our favorite bike rides that stretches from Culver City to the marina. But I stumbled across some very special graffiti while slowing for a curve along the concrete banks of the creek. This one goes out to the ladies who want some Marvin Gaye, some Luther Vandross, a little Anita.

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