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It’s late on a Saturday morning in the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Pacoima. Standing in his backyard, Will Stenhouse releases a group of 20 pigeons into the sky. Suddenly,…

Finding community and beauty in the sport of flying roller pigeons

It’s late on a Saturday morning in the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Pacoima. Standing in his backyard, Will Stenhouse releases a group of 20 pigeons into the sky. Suddenly,…

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