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Snapshots: One Last Look at Arts, Beats & Eats

Arts, Beats & Eats drew large crowds in search of food, fun and entertainment. Here's a look back at the four-day festival.

From the Priority Health Arts in Motion 5K race to Autism Family Days to Morris Day and the Time, there was something for everyone at Arts, Beats & Eats in 2012.

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Karen Hall September 04, 2012 at 07:39 PM
Arts, Eats and Beats was the biggest show of greed that I've seen in a long long time. I wanted to go to dinner at Andiamno's and in order to get in, you have to pay $15.00 to the city to just park your vehicle. The PUBLIC parking meeters where off limit as the only one using them had to have a pass. I was appalled at the creed. I say no provisions for handicapped/disabled. Those decision makers should be embarassed.

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