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And We Have A Winner For KCRW’s “Style Wars” Screening, Sunday in Hollywood

Style Wars

We have a winner for two tickets to this Sunday's screening and discussion of the seminal 1983 graffiti flick "Style Wars," going down through KCRW in Hollywood. We got a lot of great, insightful entries about how the film had changed people's lives and perspectives stuff. But in the end, the prize goes to lucky reader The Krizzo for mastand-bys, complete with DJing by Anthony Valadez, t-shirt printing by Hit n Run, dance, food trucks, and a talk by the film's director. Come check it out, Sunday at 6:00 at Oscars Outdoors. Check out full details online and see you Sunday!

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