It's funny. Lately we've been enjoying street art more than what's inside the galleries. There's a team of impromptu break dancers. A band of merry typewriter poets. Unwavering bongo drummers.
This past Saturday was extra-impressive. There was a kick-ass female violinist, a fire dancer, and a spoken-word artist. The three of them set up on a dark corner, and immediately a crowd of about 50 materialized. They play on random street corners all over the county. It's usually the same thing: They draw an audience, people cheer, and they eventually get shooed-away by cops.
More photos after jump.
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