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Friday, February 3, 2012

Selection Reminder: Brian Feldman's #48hYardSale!

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Friday-Sunday, Feb. 3-5#48hYardSale

How could a yard sale be considered a work of performance art? Add Brian Feldman and make it an endurance challenge, of course. Orlando’s favorite performance artist – you may know him as the guy who brought us such ventures as “Brian Feldman Marries Anybody” and “Brian Feldman Eats Everything off the Menu at the Vegan Hot Dog Cart” – unveils his latest project this weekend, called “#48hYardSale.” He’ll sell oddball items like his elementary schoolwork (sold by the piece), trophies and a vintage Lite-Brite. The yard sale is Feldman’s last stint in the City Beautiful before relocating to Washington, D.C., so catch him while you can, Orlando. – Leanna Robinson

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