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NoHo Public Art Gateway Ready for its Debut

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Tonight is the official unveiling of Peter Shire's latest public work of art. Over in the NoHo Arts Distrct, a gateway on Lankershim has been erected at Huston will welcome people to the neighborhood just like the arch in Chinatown and The Wave on Wilshire at the LA-Santa Monica border. LAist wrote about this project last week and readers in the comments section have not been thrilled. A ceremony is scheduled for tonight at 7 p.m.

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