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Councilman celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day; Dodger peanut/churro vendor still going strong after 43 years

  • New Holiday: 13th District Councilman Mitch O’Farrell, who spearheaded efforts to have the city replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day, will celebrate the new holiday at events in Glassell Park and USC. My News LA
  • Peanut/Churro Man: Robert Sanchez has been hawking peanuts as well as churros at Dodger Stadium for 43 years. “It’s not even about the money anymore. I love working here,” said the retired carpenter who posts photos and videos on Instagram before and during the games. L.A. Times

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