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Q & A: Weaver inspired by Mediterranean colors to exhibit at theater

Sunday, March 11, 2012
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In downtown Gloversville, you can pick up locally raised elk meat, organic vegetables and freshly roasted coffee at the Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market. But that’s not all. The health-conscious, green-minded food store is also home to Micropolis, an artists’ cooperative gallery, where a dozen Fulton County artists show paintings, photographs, mixed-media art and hand-crafted furniture. “It’s my baby, and I’m really proud of it,” says Pavlos Mayakis....

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