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Two Attacks on Hollywood Streets Indicative of 'Rowdy' Nights

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On the heels of a deadly Halloween night attack of a 21-year-old man on Hollywood Boulevard near Cherokee, a club-goer was stabbed about a block away near Hollywood Boulevard and La Palmas at around 2:30 this morning. Information about his identity, assailant(s), and medical status are not currently known. Los Angeles police Sgt. David Torres tells the City News Service (via abc.7) that the events are reminiscent of a "mini-Las Vegas," and this this weekend was "rowdy."