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Shepard Fairey in the spotlight; “Poetry Brothel” makes one-night stand in Lincoln Heights

 

Artist Showcase: A documentary about Shepard Fairey, the Echo Park-based artist who created the Barack Obama “Hope poster, will debut next month as a major solo exhibition of his work opens up Downtown. KPCC

Poetry: The “Poetry Brothel,” a traveling poetry performance called inspired classic cabaret shows and bordellos, will be staged for one night in Lincoln Heights. OC Register

Solar Panels: What the solar panel industry learned about the installation of solar panels on a hillside in Montecito Heights and at Occidental College in Eagle Rock. SGV Tribune

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