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Arts and Entertainment

Street Art: March 2011

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Street art continues to thrive in our fair city, and LAist Featured Photos pool contributor Lord Jim continues to capture it. Here's some new stuff from March. We did our best to identify all the artists, but some are too wily even for our unrelenting eye. If you know who they are (and want to tell us), feel free to in the comments!