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Saturday, Nov. 10, 2007 / Sanford & Son Antiques, downtown Tacoma

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After Tacoma’s finest forced Saturday’s ürbanaüt art party out of the graffiti garages, Alan and Cheryl Gorsuch saved the day opening their Sanford & Son Antiques building where co-creator James Hume backed his black van into the top floor garage (Broadway side), connected his iPod to speakers, turned on the disco light inside the van and the people poured in.

Music, art, live painting (including on a naked woman), fashion, booze, and conversation, filled the space and poured onto the street. A highlight was Loyalty Clothing designer Daniel Blue’s soap box poem about the state of Tacoma (find it at   

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