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Blocknobben a party on the plaza

<p>By Lisa M. Esquivel Long of The News-Sentinel</p><p>A woman looks at candles with cultural icons, including Apple's Steve Jobs with a sacred heart image.</p>

By Lisa M. Esquivel Long of The News-Sentinel

A woman looks at candles with cultural icons, including Apple's Steve Jobs with a sacred heart image.

<p>By Lisa M. Esquivel Long of The News-Sentinel</p><p>Belle & the Strange performs at Friday evening's Blocknobben at Arts United Plaza, 303 E. Main St.</p>

By Lisa M. Esquivel Long of The News-Sentinel

Belle & the Strange performs at Friday evening's Blocknobben at Arts United Plaza, 303 E. Main St.

<p>By Lisa M. Esquivel Long of The News-Sentinel</p><p>Customers wait at Mocha Lounge Mobile at Friday evening's Blocknobben at Arts United Plaza, 303 E. Main St.</p>

By Lisa M. Esquivel Long of The News-Sentinel

Customers wait at Mocha Lounge Mobile at Friday evening's Blocknobben at Arts United Plaza, 303 E. Main St.

<p>By Lisa M. Esquivel Long of The News-Sentinel</p><p>Danielle Anderson, co-owner of Neat Neat Neat Records, sells candles with celebrities' images on them at Friday evening's Blocknobben at Arts United Plaza, 303 E. Main St.</p>

By Lisa M. Esquivel Long of The News-Sentinel

Danielle Anderson, co-owner of Neat Neat Neat Records, sells candles with celebrities' images on them at Friday evening's Blocknobben at Arts United Plaza, 303 E. Main St.

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Friday, June 16, 2017 11:23 pm

A crowd celebrated films at Friday evening's Blocknobben, a block party during the four-day Hobnobben Film Festival at Arts United Plaza, 303 E. Main St. Local breweries and food trucks, live music, and vendors connected to the arts scene provided were part of the event. An outdoor screening of “No Country For Old Men” with a live score from local musician Ben Larson was planned for the end of the evening. The festival goes through Sunday and includes an award ceremony 7-9 tonight at Ian Rolland Gallery at the Arts United Center, which is free for passholders and $20 for those without. For a complete list of events and costs go to www.hobnobben.org/2017-official-hobnobben-guide.

  

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