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Brighton Beach jubilee back for 32nd year

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Brighton Beach Avenue was booming with activity as thousands of music lovers and bargain hunters participated in the nabe’s 32nd Annual Brighton Jubilee.

The festival, which stretched down Brighton Beach Avenue all the way to the Riegelman Boardwalk, was lined with booths teeming with food, eastern European delacicies, clothing, jewelry, knick knacks and everything else one could hope to find at a city street festival.

All of the senses were tantalized, especially the aural, thanks to the assortment of bands that played at the different points throughout the fun-filled jaunt through the heart of the neighborhood.

Over the years, the Jubilee has become an eagerly-awaited tradition brought to the area by the Brighton Neighborhood Association.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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