Jan 01, 2017 · The Hollywood sign’s first iternation as “Hollyweed” was 41 years ago, on New Year’s Day 1976, when an art student scaled the peak for a class project. (Los Angeles Times)
Jan 01, 2017 · The Hollywood sign got a little green over New Year’s.
Claim: Pranksters briefly changed California's iconic "Hollywood" sign to read "Hollyweed."
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HOLLYWOOD — Someone has managed to modify the famed Hollywood sign to read “Hollyweed.” The sign was visibly changed and captured on cameras as of Sunday morning, reports CBS Los Angeles .
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Los Angeles residents awoke on New Year’s Day to find a prankster had altered the famed Hollywood sign to read “Hollyweed”.
After “Hollyweed” Prank, Hollywood Sign to Get New Security Measures (Exclusive) 3:10 PM PST 1/2/2017 by Erik Hayden said Monday in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter.
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The Hollywood Sign (formerly the Hollywoodland Sign) is an American landmark and cultural icon overlooking Hollywood, Los Angeles, HOLLYWeeD – January 1976 and January 2017: The sign was first altered in 1976 following the passage of a state law decriminalizing marijuana.
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The iconic Hollywood sign overlooking Los Angeles, Calif. read “Hollyweed” for a short period of time, thanks to a new year’s prank.
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Los Angeles police arrest ‘Hollyweed’ prankster who doctored Hollywood sign Zachary Cole Fernandez, 30, turned himself in after being recorded by security cameras changing the sign on …
Police have stepped up patrols near the Hollywood sign to avoid a repeat of the New Year’s Day vandalism that turned it into “Hollyweed.” On New Year’s Day 2017, a prankster transformed the sign
Jan 01, 2017 · A prankster climbed up a mountain in Los Angeles overnight to welcome the New Year Sunday by altering the world-famous Hollywood sign to read “Hollyweed,” police say. Los Angelenos recovering from