Before tonight's monthly Art Walk in Downtown, the unofficial downtownartwalk.com said the event was off and the official downtownartwalk.org and Facebook page insisted it was on. With all the notoriety, of course people were going to show up. The galleries were open. The Times says the streets overflowed and that the turnout "appeared slightly heavier than normal, though exact figures were not immediately available."
Art Walk goes on, mostly unscathed
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