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Monday, June 14, 2010

Next SF Underground Market is July 24 at SomArts

Posted By on Mon, Jun 14, 2010 at 4:57 PM

click to enlarge Vendor at May's Underground Market. - ROSELINE55/FLICKR
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  • Vendor at May's Underground Market.
They seem to come around quick as rent statements, S.F.'s Underground Markets. No sooner than everybody got their jams and kombucha stowed safely away in pantries and fridges from the last market on June 4 than organizer Iso Rabins is announcing the next event: Sat., July 24, at SomArts Cultural Center on Brannan. You've got a mere a week and a half five-and-a-half weeks to make room on your pantry shelves. We'll pass along more details when they appear.

Meanwhile, Rabins says the inaugural East Bay market, which he's hoped to coordinate with Oakland's Art Murmur on July 2, has been pushed back, perhaps to late July, while Rabins triesto lock down the Uptown space.

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