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Artists' skateboard park enlivens Detroit neighborhood
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Artistsí skateboard park enlivens Detroit neighborhood
Detroit — The city has been a magnet for artists these last few years, and it's hard to argue they've not had an effect on the visual landscape. From giant murals popping up on walls around
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