On the surface, it’s easy to see why the city would not take kindly to Burnt Ramen’s presence. The landing page for its website pictures a toilet splattered in blood or vomit. In the alley behind the house, there are circle-A anarchist symbols scrawled on the wall, and a wolf lopes and snarls in a mural on the building’s exterior. But Ramen said the space has been a haven for many young people over the years and a vital space for counterculture in an otherwise bleak industrial landscape.
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