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Extra, Extra - Changes to Sunset Junction Festival

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- Changes are coming to this year's Sunset Junction festival with a new "route."

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- City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo still being sketchy about who was driving his city-assigned car when it got dinged up.

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Photo of Circus of Books mural at Sunset Junction by Ilpo's Sojourn via Flickr