Apr. 1, 2010 at 12:47am
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It's back Season three of Frost Park Chalk-Offs begins Friday
Friday marks the return of an event that's quickly become a Tacoma underground institution - the Friday Frost Park Chalk-Off Challenge - or whatever it's officially called. The "official" name really isn't important: what's important is the action.
Now entering season three of weekly Frost Park Chalk-Offs, the Frost Park chalk movement initially started as a way for the community to positively "occupy" Larry Frost Memorial Park during their lunch hour every Friday - at least during the warm(ish) spring and summer months.
Frost Park, near the 10th and Commerce bus station and originally created as a monument to a fallen police officer, had become a hapless spot - home to an unsavory sect of life that Dan Voelpel, formerly of The News Tribune, referred to as "ne'er do wells."
Read the whole article in the Volcano here.
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by Erik on 4/1/2010 @ 12:55am
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