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In art, there is highbrow, there is lowbrow, and then there is the art of the noodle. Highland Park's community center-slash-radical bookstore Flor Y Canto is currently showing noodle-based art — but it's not just for show. On Thursday LA's roving band of crafters present "Call it Macaroni Craft Night!," an open call to noodlers with crafty and artistic inclinations. For a mere $2 donation you can join in transforming ordinary dried noodles into works of carbomatic decorative genius. Who says radicals can't be fun?