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L.A. City Councilman Dennis Zine was just getting started when he shut down Aaron Brother's back-to-school street art promotion — now he's going after art stores that sell supplies that can be used to create graffiti.
The house that Walt Disney built got snapped up quickly over its asking price of $3.65 million last month to an owner that "has a deep respect for the Disney legacy and is planning on restoring the house."