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Here are snapshots of what I happened upon during Second Saturday in midtown:
These women moved v e r y slowly through dances in front of the Marrs Building (above and below). They are members of Dangerous Lorraines. More information about them here: dangerouslorraines.org/ . They attracted lots of attention!
Joe Velez in Headhunters kept patrons happy with their favorite libations.
This artist pulled her "studio" on a wagon behind her bicycle.
Youngsters checked out their "apin art".
The Alkali Flats did their Lo-Fi and Honky-Tonk music in the Bike Kitchen (above and below).
Stephanie Oliveira (above) and Jen Cemaglio (below) were on J St. again creating an underwater scene in chalk leading up to the 20th Anniversary of Chalk It Up! on Labor Day weekend. For full details of this and other art events, visit www.downtownsac.org/secondsaturday
One of the little fish in the mural.
A tribute to the ocean in light of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of New Mexico by Sandy Thomas, a Sacramento poet.
SacPress Photos | Kati Garner