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Crowds flock to watch a performance during the Bell Boulevard Weekend Walk. Photo courtesy Gregg Sullivan
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Robert Mann dancers hit the Bell Boulevard pavement during Sunday's Weekend Walk event. Photo courtesy Gregg Sullivan
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The Weekend Walk makes for a busy Bell Boulevard over the weekend. Photo courtesy Gregg Sullivan
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Bourbon Street shows off some of its food at the Bayside BID's Weekend Walk. Photo courtesy Lyle Sclair

Dozens of people flocked to Bell Boulevard for the Bayside Village Business Improvement District’s Weekend Walk Sunday. It was the first street fair in more than 10 years. Jimmy James served as the emcee for the day, which featured music from Chicken Head, the local band headed by Bayside Historical Society Chairman Paul DiBenedetto.

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susan from bayside says:
I remember when they had street fairs here...they were so fun. I didn't even know they had another one recently! Oh well, better off since bayside has become such a crappy neighborhood to live in anymore where the quality of life seems to be decreasing year by year.
Oct. 5, 2013, 6:02 pm

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