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MUSIC IN THE PARK BACK TO ITS NORMAL ROUTINE

August 2, 2012

After severe wind and rain chased last week’s Music in the Park indoors, listeners were back to their usual posts Thursday evening in Barclay Square, with the canopy that folded under the wind’s power back in tact. Local country western group and father-son duo Randy Paul put on the show for fans. Pictured here are Paul (left) and Randy Thompson, who make up the group, performing Josh Turner’s “Why Don’t We Just Dance.” (Photo by Zak Lantz of The Punxsuatawney Spirit)
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