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Vinyl, vegan treats, and more

Posted by Jeff Miranda  November 26, 2008 11:04 AM

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For anyone with a vinyl record-listening, vintage T-shirt-wearing vegan on your shopping list this year, might be interested in dropping by Mass Market 3, the annual DIY flea market at the Pozen Center at MassArt.

On Dec. 14, from noon to 6 p.m., the usual crop of ultra trendysetters (i.e. DJs, bands) will be on hand to shill buttons, books, clothes, and even baked goods to the general public. And with the current economic status in varying degrees of bad to worse, going the flea market route for gifts seems like an appealing cost-efficient way to save.

Of course, a pretentious 'tude not included with purchases, but it could come in handy when you want to barter.

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