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Weird Signs Around L.A. Returns!

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Our semi-irregular feature focusing on the strange signs, billboards, placards, scrawlings, and advertisements that make up the landscape of our beautiful Los Angeles skyline.

This billboard, located prominently near the Sunset & Vine intersection in Hollywood, has someone managed to stand the test of time, and has remained up for four months past the event it was promoting. Not only that, but it really makes us wish we had made it to that "one magical night". When will Shlomo and Shalom get together, if ever, again? That must have been a mind-blowing concert. Well, we're taking comfort in the fact that the billboard is still around to remind us.