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Question of the Day: Arts Fest Highlight?

The Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts took over State College this past weekend, infusing our college town with art and families, two commodities often lacking on campus.

But the festivities only last so long. By now, most of us are back at work, daydreaming about the fast-approaching school year or football season, depending on where proclivities lie. Not so fast though.

Before you move on mentally to thay first kick-off against Akron on September 5th, we want to know:

What was your favorite part of Arts Fest 2009?

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[Picture from Brian Henry Thompson on Flickr.]

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