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Was the 626 Night Market a 626 Nightmare?

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Last night was the inaugural night of the 626 Night Market in Pasadena. We didn't get a chance to check it out, but it looks like it turned out to be kind of a mess based on the many people who complained about it on Facebook, Twitter, Yelp and just about any other online platform we could find.

It looks like the better part of the 626 showed up to the market, and the event organizers weren't prepared for those kinds of crowds. Here's a round-up of reactions that we compiled together on Storify. (UPDATE: Prepare Yourselves: The 626 Night Market Wants to Return)