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Korto!


HARVEST FEST
1:00 p.m., Hillcrest. Free.

Hillcrest's annual autumnal street festival quit being a quaint neighborhood festival years ago. These days, it's more like the fair, albeit with more strollers, dogs and better food. But this year promises to inspire the throngs from neighborhoods far from Hillcrest. “Project Runway” star Korto Momolu returns to show her collection in the Box Turtle Fashion Show, which also features other local designers, including wunderkind Augusta Fitzgerald and Erin Lorenzen. It happens at 7 p.m. Earlier, there's a drum circle (1 p.m.) and dance from the Little School of Dance (1:30 p.m.), the Mexican Folklore Ballet (2 p.m.) and the O'Donovan's School of Irish Dance (2:30 p.m.). Then, there's an impressive slate of music to bookend the fashion show. In the afternoon, that means local honky-tonk heroes the Salty Dogs (3 p.m.), acoustic duo Rob and Tyndall (4 p.m.), rootsy singer/songwriter Kevin Kerby (5 p.m.) and gloom-pop favorites the Boondogs (6 p.m.), possibly debuting new, more upbeat material. New-wave standout Kyoto Boom (8 p.m.) and engaging oddball act the Winston Family Orchestra (9 p.m.) close out the festival. Somehow, I've been coerced into emceeing. Feel free to heckle. 

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