Colfax, South Pearl host street festivals today

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At 11 a.m. today, the first Local Flavor Fest kicks off on Colfax Avenue, right by the Lowenstein Complex that houses the Tattered Cover, Twist & Shout and Encore restaurant. The festival, which will run until 4 p.m., celebrates local businesses, and features a raffle, food booths, vendors, book-signings and music.

From noon until 10 p.m., the 1200 block of Old South Pearl Street is the site of the Brew Grass festival, with plenty of bluegrass music and beer, of course. For more information, go to www.oldsouthpearlstreet.com.

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