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World Series Dream Is Over but We Have the Dodger House


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Sunday's 5-1 defeat to the Boston Red Sox means that the Dodgers lost the World Series, and the dream is over for this year at least. But it's not all bad news. Hey, the Rams are undefeated (who would have thought it?).

Over at 1626 S. La Brea Ave., artist Hector “Tetris” Arias and his crew have been decorating a two-story house with a Dodgers-themed mural. It's enough to shake the blues away. In a manner of speaking.