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So a coffee shop named Cafe and Velo (co-owned by my favorite bike shop owner) just opened near what used to be a truly scary corner where I have been approached and threatened while riding my bike (while working on my A Streetcar Named Aspire longitudinal photo essay) by those perhaps lost to drugs. When it wasn't bad, however, it was beautiful in a "junk as art" kind of way, especially when I realized that people sometimes treated like junk were filled with art.
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