Andrew Wolf

West Hollywood Arts Advocate

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Arts advocate based in West Hollywood, California

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A contemporary blast of California design and architecture is opening to the public on October 1: The  new library and city hall for the City of West Hollywood .

A New Library for West Hollywood

A contemporary blast of California design and architecture is opening to the public on October 1: The new library and city hall for the City of West Hollywood .

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