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The People of LA Weekly's People Issue 2013 

Kevin Scanlon
Margot Ocaas couldn't find enough green space on the L.A. map, so one day she created an inviting, temporary public space in her Wilshire Vista neighborhood, organizing a one-day street closure that drew delighted walkers and bicyclists. It was a prescient, guerrilla version of CicLAvia, L.A.'s massively popular, now-triannual bicycling and walking event held on 10 or so miles of closed streets.

Read the full story here: Margot Ocanas: A Voice for Pedestrians
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Celebrating the most interesting people in Los Angeles.
Published on May 17, 2013

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