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The City Seen: September 11-13 

Notes from the weekend

Each weekend, City Newspaper will venture out of the office and onto the streets to capture a few of Rochester's many events. And on Monday, we will give you a recap on what we have seen firsthand.

Last Friday, City stopped by the People's Party at Richmond's Tavern for music, art, and spoken word. Saturday and Sunday were spent perusing the art, music, food, and performances during the Clothesline Festival at the Memorial Art Gallery. And Accessories Galore's Sunday Social -- which included hor d'oeuvres, games, and shopping -- was the day's last stop.

Check below for a slideshow from the weekend's events.

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