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Bayside Historical opens art show at Fort Totten

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Artist Eddie Abrams (l.) speaks to visitors about his artwork. Abrams, a retired truck driver, paints regularly and this is the third time his work has been on display at the Bayside Historical Society’s art show. Photo by Ken Maldonado
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Former state Sen. Frank Padavan chats with BHS President Paul DeBenedetto during the event. Photo by Ken Maldonado
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Artist Lisa Gindi stands beside her paintings, a mixed medium work of acrylic paint and beads. Gindi derives inspiration for her artwork from fashion designs. Photo by Ken Maldonado

The Bayside Historical Society held an opening reception for the annual art show Sunday.

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