SUNDAY, July 6, 2014
SHOP! Visit your favorite vendors (nearly 250 every Sunday). Check out our featured vendors:
ReCircle Matter – Christine Currie and Darian Parsley look for scrap material everywhere they go — beaches, mountains, city streets, alleys, and more. Their projects start with random objects and recycled materials and become works of art. You may not always recognize the original, yet some are so simple that they still have a journey of circling to do.This is ReCircle Matter. Look for the duo in Space B82. Follow them online on @ReCircleMatter.
Marc Levine Photography – Like many, Marc Levine dreams to make a living traveling the world, taking photos, and sharing for all to see. From a young age, he always took an extra moment to notice the beauty that surrounds us. His goal is to bring the colors, the sights, the extraordinary, and the beauties of the world to those who can’t get out there to see them on their own. Look for him in Space B4 this Sunday. He’s on Instagram, too at @MLevinePhotography.
EAT! Head over to the Food Court for a cup of gourmet coffee and order a crepe from GC Crepe Makers. Enjoy a gooey sandwich from the Grilled Cheese Truck (parked near the Fairfax gate) where you can get true New York-style pizza! Hydrate yourself with an ice-cold beverage from the Zugo Liquitarian truck – organic juices, smoothies, elixirs, coffees, and teas. Chill out with a FRIED ICE CREAM from the Frach’s food truck at the Melrose gate.
LISTEN! Live this week on the Food Court Stage:
10:00 AM to 1:00 PM – Dorian Baucum: More than just performing acoustic and neo-soul to which you can kick back and groove, this singer/ songwriter, music healer and urban yogi helps get you through the day through his conscious, uplifting music — soul music for your soul!
1:15 PM to 4:15 PM – MTP Jazz Band: The MTP Jazz Band is actually two separate groups who perform on alternate Sundays: the Carl Tassi Trio and the Paul DiBlasi Trio. This week features the Paul DiBlasi Trio, which performs straight-ahead jazz from the 1950s and 1960s (piano, bass, drums), often featuring guest musicians. Paul has performed at the Fairfax flea market since 2003. Check out a video of one of the band’s performances on YouTube!