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Beleaguered Alamo Square 'Super Bowl 50' Statue Now Salutes 'Superb Owl 50'

Photo via SF Citizen
By Rose Garrett - Published on January 27, 2016.

The temporary Super Bowl 50 statues, erected in Alamo Square and elsewhere, have already gotten their share of criticism (and vandalism). Today, SF Citizen sends us this photo, reporting that the Alamo Square installation has undergone a somewhat predictable letter switch. He writes:

"Alamo Square Super Bowl 50 "50" sculpture got hit again, last night/this morning? Every part of this thing has been mangled at this point. So yes it's graffiti-proof, sort of, but just go up there and take a look at it now—it'll take some work to make it presentable again ..."

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