The Green Art Fair, billing itself as a "single point of contact for the art and design world, eco-friendly businesses and all individuals interested in moving the environmental friendly movement forward," seems like a gyp for the $15 entry charge.The skimpy tent fair only features a handful of desi ... More >>
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