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July 18, 1990 | PHIL WEST
Some people alter billboards, bus shelter signs and bus benches with graffiti. But KACE-FM (103.9) is using the same forums to deliver an anti-graffiti message. The Inglewood-based radio station, in an effort to draw attention to the city's graffiti menace, is bolstering its outdoor advertising campaign this week to spread the message that the community is sick and tired of spray paint and marking pens.
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July 18, 1990 | PHIL WEST
Some people alter billboards, bus shelter signs and bus benches with graffiti. But KACE-FM (103.9) is using the same forums to deliver an anti-graffiti message. The Inglewood-based radio station, in an effort to draw attention to the city's graffiti menace, is bolstering its outdoor advertising campaign this week to spread the message that the community is sick and tired of spray paint and marking pens.
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January 15, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Steve Woods, 51, a disc jockey at Los Angeles radio stations KDAY-AM during its peak popularity and KACE-FM where he was half of the "Steve and Sam" morning team, died of a heart attack Dec. 9 in Arlington, Texas. He had been a disc jockey at KRNB-FM in Grand Prairie, Texas, since it went on the air in 1996. Born Clarence Steven Woods in Los Angeles, he excelled in track and football, but also made an impression with his resonant voice during his student days at Hollywood High School.
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