Dancing in the twilight
Friday, June 15, 2007 | 2:00 a.m. CDT;
updated 3:26 a.m. CDT, Friday, July 18, 2008
West African dancer Farrah Little shakes to the beat of the Bocomo Drumheads on Thursday during the Twilight Festival.
Columbia wood artist Ernest Hilderbrand shaves away at a bowl on his lathe in front of Columbia Arts League on Ninth Street.
Ray jams with the Chris Hatfield Band on his harmonica in front of Britches on Ninth Street.
Nancy Ward and Dan Ward stop on Ninth Street to feed their dogs Millie, the Golden Retriever, and Oceana, the Beagle Terrier, vanilla ice cream from Baskin Robbins. "Vanilla is their favorite," said Nancy.
Destruction Junction Derby Dames Kimical Burn, aka Kim Peters, and Bitchie Valens, aka Adriene Weller, promote their derby team on Ninth Street during the festival.
Festival goers packed the closed-off portion of Ninth street near the stage to hear the Johhny A. Band. Seated from the right are Rhonda Woolsey, Alex Babski, John Walters with son Aden Walters, Wayne and Sandy Hogan, Lania Knight, Jeff Arrigo, a man who did not wished to be named, Heidi and Mark Atkins Lieberman and Matthew Bossaller.
Michael Snethen, 7, pauses to pose for a portrait while his mother chats with friends during the festival.
Ashley Malorin, a member of the West African dance group performing with the Bocomo Drumheads, takes her turn to lead the circle of dancers.
The harmonica assortment of Mr. Fletcher's One-Man Classic Blues Band, which performed on Broadway between Ninth and Tenth Streets.
Ernest Hilderbrand encourages patrons to get a tactile sense of his artwork, which included onlookers smelling handfuls of the pile of wood shavings collecting below the lathe.
Keith Fletcher of Mr.Fletcher's One-Man Classic Blues Band, performs with Scott McCullough on harmonica, during Thursday night's Twilight Festival.
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