23rd and Telegraph comes alive for monthly murmur
on October 5, 2009
The Oakland Art Murmur once again drew hundreds to the corner of 23rd and Telegraph Avenue on Friday to sample the art and experience the atmosphere of the many galleries that opened their doors to the public. Among the exhibits included a piano murmur-goers could make art with instead of music at the Hatch Gallery, and an exotic/erotic circus theme at Mama Buzz Café. Along with the gallery art came the customary sidewalk show of live music, art vending, and street culture that makes the Murmur a popular Bay Area destination every first Friday of the month.
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