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Music jazzes up Jay Street

Annual concert series opens for 19th year

Colleen Pratt, left, and bassist Bobbie VanDetta of Colleen Pratt & Friends perform at the first Jazz on Jay of the season Thursday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Colleen Pratt, left, and bassist Bobbie VanDetta of Colleen Pratt & Friends perform at the first Jazz on Jay of the season Thursday.
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The pulsing swing of jazz could be heard for blocks as a bustling Jay Street hosted the opening performance in the 19th annual Jazz on Jay series Thursday. The first of many performances by local jazz musicians every Thursday at noon featured Colleen Pratt & Friends. Jay Street restaurants and storefronts opened their doors with Jazz on Jay specials, and the street was filled with a steady flow of patrons and passers-by, brought in by ...

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gina99
June 7, 2013
9:01 a.m.

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Leave it to perennial candidate Karen Johnson to turn a great jazz concert into a political rally. Karen is the poster girl for local term limits.

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