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Checking art during a break

Swikar Patel | The Journal Gazette
Dee Perry, front, and longtime friend Chris Tanksley wait in the shade on the parking lot of Whutnots & Doodads, 2202 Broadway, for a friend, Charlie Boocher, to return Sunday afternoon so they can continue troubleshooting Tanksley’s broken-down 1986 Ford Econoline van. Tanksley is checking out the deteriorating patriotic mural on the side of the BTE Storage building, 2206 Broadway.

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