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Looking for 20 Angelenos under 30
Some say Los Angeles is synonymous with youth. 20-somethings wash up on the shores of our freeways, bursting with so much energy, creativity and lust that we all benefit from the constant influx.
LAist will showcase 20 people under the age of 30 who are doing something more interesting in LA than smashing their cars into paparazzi. Nominate your favorite 14-29-year-old Angelenos for an LAist interview using the form below. You can nominate as many as you want; you can even nominate yourself.
Tell us why they're cool and be sure to include both your e-mail addresses. If there isn't enough room to fully explain their wonderfulness, you can e-mail us the extra info.
Who are we looking for? Artists, grips, long-suffering assistants, bartenders, bar owners, soccer players, someone who works at city hall, PAs, firemen, taxi drivers, someone who volunteers their time, teachers, strippers, plastic surgeons, DJs, bloggers ... you tell us!
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