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Tourists find a prime spot to photograph the 45-by-37-foot sign that symbolizes dreams of fame and fortune to many around the world. To those who live in its shadow, however, it means an endless stream of tourists and traffic jams that are more suited to Times Square in New York.

    No hooray near 'Hollywood'

    Robert deVico can't help but laugh at the irony: A 1920s advertisement for his Hollywoodland neighborhood lured homebuyers by promising sylvan hills "above the traffic laden arteries, congestion, smoke and fog of the metropolis" and branded the community with a giant mountainside sign.

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