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The guerrilla tactic seemed to work, because “people walked by and walked in. Kids on bikes rolled in,” he said. In the end, “It belonged to the neighborhood.”
A story about the first year of the tour can be found at http://www.startribune.com/a2259.
Anna Pratt is a Minneapolis freelance writer.
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