Street vendors on Hollywood Boulevard
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Street vendors on Hollywood Boulevard

Street vendors on Hollywood Boulevard

Christopher Stoute draws and sells his artwork on Hollywood Boulevard. Los Angeles is considering regulations that would ban sidewalk vending within 500 feet of Dodger Stadium, Hollywood Boulevard, Staples Center and other venues. City officials said the regulations would not affect people selling their own art or “expressive” items.

 (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
Street vendors on Hollywood Boulevard

Christopher Stoute’s art is reflected in his glasses as he sells his work on Hollywood Boulevard.

 (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
Street vendors on Hollywood Boulevard

Coty O’Donohue, a 22-year-old from Michigan who is trying to launch his career as a hip-hop artist, sells beverages on Hollywood Boulevard on Nov. 7.

 (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
Street vendors on Hollywood Boulevard

Michael Malone sells T-shirts on Hollywood Boulevard on Nov. 7. Los Angeles is preparing to legalize the vendors who hawk hot dogs, ice cream and other food and goods on its sidewalks.

 (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
Street vendors on Hollywood Boulevard

Michael Malone sells T-shirts on Hollywood Boulevard on Nov. 7.

 (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
Street vendors on Hollywood Boulevard

Andrew Coronel, center, sells a keychain to Gopal Lalwani, second from left, with Carmine Giordano, at left, both visiting from the East Coast, on Hollywood Boulevard on Nov. 7.

 (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)
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