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LAist On Location: Noise Pop Fest 2010 Day Five (Part 1)

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Yes, that's part ONE, because for the final segment of our thrilling account of Noise Pop Fest 2010, we've not one, but two exciting adventures to share with you, o dear readers. Saturday, February 27th found us first at Pop n' Shop, a Noise Pop sponsored boutique seller and craft fair, similar in spirit, if not in scope, to our own twice-yearly Unique La. Held at the very old school Verdi Club, SF based artists, clothiers, jewelers and toy/doll makers turned out in force to ply their goods. Later that night, we hit the Mezzanine, where we saw a concert of mind blowing brilliance.

We'll get to the concert in the next Noise Pop related post. First up, Pop n' Shop, where we spent a little too much of our hard earned $$ on some wonderful wares.

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