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Sunday's event expected to draw thousands.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files
The Smithereens and Southside Johnny closed out the five-day event.
Blondie, Neon Trees draw large crowds.
Iarussi prevented the Hilltoppers from being swept.
Young, tenacious squad suffers from a small roster.
The Morris Avenue restaurant is the spiritual successor to a Summit favorite of old.
Owner Mary Watson has deep roots in town.
Third event kicks off at 5 p.m. on Thursday.
Arts, Volunteers in the News
Former Morris Avenue Church was converted to a theater.
Gas station owner wants to convert unused repair shop into a 7-11 convenience store.
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