The Bizarre Bazaar was an array of performers and creations. Music, dance, art, fashion and fire filled the rooms of the Studio known as 1212, the perfect space for such a variety. Just down the street from the neighborhood shops, it can usually be found hosting smaller events of movies projected, live music, and hula hooping.
I was granted free rein of the kitchen and while the proceeds were to go towards nutritional education of students in Pisco, Peru I was showing the Plaza Midwood visitors the ways of quinoa and baguette french toast with strawberries.
I managed to sneak away for a peek at the fashion show by my favorite local vintage dresser, raw velvet and after feeding was done I was granted a lovely hulu hoop made by a local NC girl who thought to make it retractable but I just can’t put down to figure that part out yet.