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Reader Photo: Flash mob dance on Ashland Plaza

The "Broadway Boomers" perform on Ashland Plaza on Saturday, Dec. 16, 2023. Kathy Cooper photo
December 17, 2023

The “Broadway Boomers” did some flash mob dancing on Ashland Plaza on Saturday, Dec. 16.

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