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Stolen vehicle chase ends in Boyle Heights; Shepard Fairey creates “We The People” posters; potholes all over the place

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  • The chase of a stolen vehicle that began in El Monte ended in Boyle Heights with the capture of three men. ABC7
  • The number of requests to fill potholes in city streets has tripled above normal levels in the wake of the winter rains. CBS2
  • Artist Shepard Fairey, whose studio is located in Echo Park, has created three posters that will be printed as full-page newspaper ads and used as protest art in today’s presidential inaugural. The ads for the “We The People” campaign, which  feature portraits of African-American, Latina and Muslim women, is based on the “Hope” poster Fairey created for Barack Obama’s first presidential campaign.  L.A. Times
  • Boyle Heights is the starting point for today’s “March Against Trump,” which will begin in Mariachi Plaza and end at City Hall. Boyle Heights Beat

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