That’s A Wrap & We’ll Be Back

 

Photo: Peter Woodall

Photo: Peter Woodall

A wholehearted, major THANK YOU to everyone who came out to make the Hidden City Festival 2013 an unforgettable six weeks of exploration, art, and learning in our own backyard. Nine off-the-radar sites across the city, ten major art projects, innumerable stories from each one. It’s been a lot of fun, and it’s also been a lot of work.

With that in mind, the Hidden City Daily is going to take a short summer recess. We’ve already got stories and photos in the pipeline, and we’ll be back to hit the ground running on Monday, July 15th. So hit the beach, sit back, relax, and peruse the archives. We’ll see you in two weeks.


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