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Unformatted text preview: Drive from neighborhood to neighborhood I always see something else From little Tokyo, to the Westside To Hollywood, to Inglewood I feel like I get to see so many different areas Yes there is still the glitz I always knew But now I feel like I see the actual Los Angeles The different neighborhoods The urban areas The schools I mentor in LA is not always about the glitz Its about the people In some sense I do still have my own idealized view I mean honestly my favorite book about LA Well its Valley of the dolls I guess I just like the aspect of tragedy It starts out perfect, but well it doesnt end that way Its a classic and I just love it I dont think there is one street that defines Los Angeles If someone wants to see LA Well they need the time to explore and see everything I said LA was diverse You cant experience that diversity on one street...
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- Spring '07