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Edify TV: West LA Chili Bowl Denied Historic-Cultural Status

Recently LA City Council voted to deny the West LA Chili Bowl Historic-Cultural Monument, one of the oldest surviving examples of Programmatic architecture in L.A. Learn more in this video made possible by School of Rock.

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