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Thousands of Alamedans and out-of-town residents enjoyed the 29th Park Street Art & Wine Faire held this past weekend. The event featured live musical entertainment, about 300 art, food, beer and wine vendors and a variety of children's activities. In addition, nearly 500 merchants and members of the Park Street Business District hosted special sales. Above left, Marcus Lee, 2, of Alameda, stays warm with a Viking-themed knit hat under overcast skies at the Park Street Art & Wine Faire on Sunday. Top right, Ron Thompson and Marcia Gill, both of Alameda, dance on Park Street to the sounds of the Stompy Jones R&B and jive band. Above, Fallon Lim, right, of Alameda, photographs his 4½-year-old son Christian as the youngster plays in the giant plastic bubbles attraction.


Fallon Lim, right, of Alameda, photographs his son Christian, 4-1/2 years old, while he plays in the giant plastic bubbles attraction at the Park Street
Fallon Lim, right, of Alameda, photographs his son Christian, 4-1/2 years old, while he plays in the giant plastic bubbles attraction at the Park Street Art & Wine Faire in Alameda, Calif. on Sunday, July 28, 2013. (Jim Stevens/Bay Area News Group)


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