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Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Saturday is Really Really Free Market/Buy Nothing Day

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The Really Really Free Market is a monthly communal gathering where everyone brings something free to share. While many focus on this as a place for books, clothes or random oddities, free food is also warmly encouraged and presents some really powerful potential in such a gastronomic city as ours. The event conveniently coincides with AdBusters' annual Buy Nothing Day, which should make that occasion that much easier to follow. RRFM continues in honor of the memory of its local founder Kirsten Brydum, who was tragically killed in New Orleans in September. It takes place this Saturday, November 29 at Dolores Park (19th St at Dolores). --Tamara Palmer

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