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August 22, 2022



I appreciate the work that goes into doing a performance. Especially an Outdoor Show. Nevertheless, does anyone really care? The Bands that provide great entertainment, "these guys certainly did," are more or less "background noise."


You're a party-pooper, holly, but we already knew that. There were more people listening to the bands than anywhere else while I was there. Nobody was dancing in front of the hand cream booths....


Yes last weekend was really a lot of fun! It almost felt like a rewind to 3 years back. Sunday was indeed cooler, though the streets seemed full both days. On the stage near El Camino, a group of talented local kids brought the Beatles vibe and quite a number of passers by stopped to enjoy the set. It’s definitely good to have these outdoor community events back!

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