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Say Goodbye to the Original Pinkberry Location as We Know it

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The once overly-crowded original Pinkberry location that stirred a West Hollywood community into political action has stopped serving yogurt. Beginning today, the Santa Monica Boulevard location will begin its transformation into a "Pinkberry Support Center," or more plainly said, an "administrative space," according to the WeHo News, which breaks down the storied history of the location.

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