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Divisadero Art Walk — Come Party with Workshop and Nooworks!

Kelly, who runs the Indie Mart and is the only real woman Stu and I fight over, has been knee deep in sawdust for the last few weeks with her dad and various others trying to get her new project ready. It’s about 75% of the way done, and you guys can get a sneak peek for FREE at the opening tonight! Though we’re keeping our lips sealed about all the new, great things that are coming out of this space, you should definitely swing by and check out all the hot ladies, rad dudes, awesome fashions and cheap booze that will be abound. Just think about it like Indie Mart, only smaller. But the best part about this party? Jen from Nooworks is introducing the new fall line [BE EXCITED!!!] and she’s throwin’ down a new photo show by Liz Caruana. I’m trying to make a joke through this entire post, but I’m genuinely happy for the awesome things both of these ladies are doing that it makes it hard. Really hard. Okay, I like hot dogs. That was for you, Jen.
Also, I hear Kelly will be running a refreshment station…though it might cost you a couple bones, all the proceeds are going to new printing equipment and building equipment for the new space. So think of it as an early investment for a guaranteed later good time. ;]

Divisadero Art Walk
All along Divisadero between Haight and Eddy [But the party will definitely be at 1798 McAllister St. at Baker!]
TONIGHT! September 3rd, 6pm – 10pm
FREE! If you’re drinkin’ or buying, as my dad always said, cash is king.

See you all there!

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