Skateboards In Sf In San Francisco, Mecca for skateboarders, Ancel Martinez of member station KQED reports on a battle over art. A two-mile-long concrete and glass sculpture has become the favorite spot for daredevil 'boarders. Trouble is, they're ruining the $1-million-dollar installation, to the chagrin of art-lovers.
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In San Francisco, Mecca for skateboarders, Ancel Martinez of member station KQED reports on a battle over art. A two-mile-long concrete and glass sculpture has become the favorite spot for daredevil 'boarders. Trouble is, they're ruining the $1-million-dollar installation, to the chagrin of art-lovers.