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Arts and Entertainment

Scenes from Thursday's Downtown Art Walk

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Thursday night's Art Walk had throngs of art lovers, food truck lovers and scene-loving Angelenos pack Downtown's art galleries and restaurants.

If we had to pick our favorite stops from the night, it would come down to Crewest Gallery on Winston Street with its great Pedals and Prints exhibit (up through April 27) and the vendors in the Art Park (in a parking lot) on Main Street between 4th and 5th streets.

The Art Walk's crowds reminded us of an actual bustling Downtown at night...that is, until we headed a few blocks outside of the gallery core and into parts of Downtown that were already fast asleep.

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