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RackedWire: High Line Cleanup, Indie Market Debut

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Tiffany volunteers take the High Line

MEPA—A bunch of Tiffany staffers helped clean up the High Line last week. The park's blog has photos of the exercise, in which the all-female crew bagged up trash that was then hauled off by the parks department. Beats a day behind the display case? [High Line Blog]

CARROLL GARDENS—The Brooklyn Indie Market, the bazaar that sits under a little collection of striped tents on a lot at the corner of Smith and Union Streets, is opening for the season this Saturday, May 3rd. According to the press release we received on the market, "opening festivities include unplugged indie musicians, temporary tattoo parlour for kids of all ages, face painting, kiddie artisan-craft workshops by Stars and Sprinkles and BIM's designers, giveaways and meet-and greet with indie designers." [RackedWire]

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