September 15, 2010
Hopscotch Music Festival
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Photo by Helena Price
The Helping Hand Mission Marching Band electrified City Plaza prior to Public Enemy's performance at the Indy's inaugural Hopscotch Music Festival in Raleigh.
Correction (Sept. 20, 2010): The credit for this photo was incorrect in the print edition.
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Steve, this is fantastic news. It was nice meeting you, and I look forward to next year... and forever :)
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