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The West Hollywood store that was Ground Zero for the Pinkberry craze shut its doors on Sunday. (Well, only to customers; the facility will still be used as an administrative office.) One of the main reasons cited for the closure was the lack of parking; it was known as the shop that launched a thousand parking tickets. [LA Times]