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Vol. LXI, No. 38
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
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Question of the Week:

What brought you here to the JazzFeast and who is your favorite jazz artist? (Asked Saturday at JazzFeast 2007 in Palmer Square)

"I just heard of JazzFeast and I am so glad we came because I think it's great. My favorite jazz artist is the guitarist John Scofield."

Ilana Miller, Cherry Hill

"It's a good opportunity to bring the baby out, see the people, and hear some music. My favorite jazz musician of all time is Dave Brubeck."

Stephen Griffin, Princeton

"It's outdoors and the weather is great, the crowd is nice, the exhibitions are phenomenal, and we all love music. My new favorite artist is the saxophonist Euge Groove."

Arthur Thomas, Princeton

"What brought us here was the jazz and the good food. We're also celebrating our anniversary! My favorites are Dave Brubeck and Toots Thielemans."

Larry Weiss with Carol Hoffman, Princeton

"I like the music, the food, the ambiance — the whole thing! I don't have a particular favorite artist, I just like jazz in general."

Ed Edelson, Montgomery

"I own Giselle Dance Wear just down the street, and we came here to take a break and enjoy the food and music. My favorite jazz musician is Maynard Ferguson."

Victoria Rogers with daughter, Loren, Princeton

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