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The Other Side of Cordon's Market

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Tue, Aug 28, 2007 at 2:41 PM

It was interesting that while one side of Cordon's Market had some stunning work on it (click here to see it), the opposite side, which wasn't even fenced in, was barren.

No longer. Within the past couple of weeks, two big tags went up on the east side of the building.

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All photos by Mark Mauer. More after the jump.

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All photos by Mark Mauer. See something cool? Email us pictures: lurker(at)laweekly.com

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