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As if you needed an excuse to go shopping, you can now splurge for an artistic cause when the DUMBO Bazaar returns this Saturday, May 29. The bazaar, organized by the non-profit mobile arts organization Nest, will offer works for sale by local artisans, as well as live music and a bar.

More than 30 vendors will hawk original and vintage goods ranging from art, books, furniture, clothing and music to tchotchkes. Charlotte Gaspard’s handmade tops (pictured) will be on sale as well as paintings, mugs and postcards by Jen Ferguson. Zia Ziprin’s Girls Love Shoes booth will be back as well as handcrafted chandelier earrings by jewelry designer Edline Bonsu.

Before, after and during your shopping spree, you can kick back with a cocktail and enjoy the live acoustic music.

Admission is free. The bazaar, located at 88 Front St. at the corner of Washington Street in DUMBO, runs from noon to 8 pm on May 29, May 30, June 5 and June 6. For more information, visit the Web site www.nestarts.org.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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