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First Fridays continues bringing various art forms to area

September 10th, 2010 · No Comments · Art, Arts, BKBIA

Sylvia Quinones, owner of Salon Medusa, (pictured with fellow stylist Michele) wildly coifs Long Beach resident Natasha, age 9, for an evening on the town with family.

Sylvia Quinones, owner of Salon Medusa, (pictured with fellow stylist Michele) wildly coifs Long Beach resident Natasha, age 9, for an evening on the town with family.


The vibrant handcrafted jewelry of Long Beach resident Vicki Williams was featured at Roy Robbins. Her work is a colorful variety of textures, colors, and shapes. Vicki is pictured here with boyfriend Bill Davis and Roy Robbins (right).

The vibrant handcrafted jewelry of Long Beach resident Vicki Williams was featured at Roy Robbins. Her work is a colorful variety of textures, colors, and shapes. Vicki is pictured here with boyfriend Bill Davis and Roy Robbins (right).

Photographer Linda Ivers (right) shows friend Laurie Angel some of her featured artwork at Roy Robbins Gifts and Stationery store.

Photographer Linda Ivers (right) shows friend Laurie Angel some of her featured artwork at Roy Robbins Gifts and Stationery store.

Billing themselves as “acoustic jazz for all humanity,” TimbreLine entertained First Fridays participants at The Expo Building.

Billing themselves as “acoustic jazz for all humanity,” TimbreLine entertained First Fridays participants at The Expo Building.

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