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The Cleveland Museum of Art's annual Chalk Festival always brings out the sidewalk Picassos. For 17 years, folks have decorated the concrete paths surrounding Wade Lagoon with sketches of rainbow-drenched sunsets and other colorful subjects. In addition to the budding artists making their mark, look for a group of professional chalkers who'll undoubtedly sketch something more impressive than the usual stick-figures-on-a-hill scene. Local reggae band DubFlex supplies tunes.
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