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September 3, 1992 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a vast design studio that echoes with hip-hop music and reeks of paint, Carlos (Heaven 1) Munoz wields a can of Krylon like an expert. He sprays a base coat of flat white on a plywood display booth. His friend and fellow graffiti artist David (Sike) Martinez follows with an overlay of rich gold-colored paint. Together they are creating the kind of street art that motorists, city managers and police officers love to hate.
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September 3, 1992 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a vast design studio that echoes with hip-hop music and reeks of paint, Carlos (Heaven 1) Munoz wields a can of Krylon like an expert. He sprays a base coat of flat white on a plywood display booth. His friend and fellow graffiti artist David (Sike) Martinez follows with an overlay of rich gold-colored paint. Together they are creating the kind of street art that motorists, city managers and police officers love to hate.
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February 5, 1986 | BOB DROGIN, Times Staff Writer
Steady cuts in NASA's space shuttle oversight and inspections program since 1983 have hurt quality control, according to several NASA officials and contract company employees. In interviews this week, the officials and workers complained also that they faced an ever-increasing workload, occasionally leading to accidents and injuries, under NASA's ambitious program to launch 15 shuttles this year.
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