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Bazaar Bizarre Boston Transforms Cyclorama Into Indie Market

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Bazaar Bizarre Boston is more than just a clever set of alliterative words—it's one of Boston's premiere indie markets, touching down for the twelfth consecutive year at Cyclorama tomorrow from noon to 6pm. With $1 admission, the barrier to entry is basically none, and vendors will be discounting their work from 5 to 6pm for a "Night Owl" shopping hour. Co-organizer Jen enthusiastically describes the event as "handmade, original, unique, heartfelt, and awesome."

Many of the 100+ vendors are homegrown businesses ranging from spunky mugs by Abby Berkson Ceramics and letterpress paper goods by Letter & Lark to Early Girl Ink's geometric hand-printed bags and Salem's own soy-candle maker, Witch City Wicks. See our picks from these select craftspeople and prepare to cross off the remaining few people on your holiday list.
· Bazaar Bizarre Boston [Official Site]
· BBB Vendor List [Bazaar Bizarre Boston]