Shameless Do-Goodery at Cooper Young Fest

Mid-town’s annual Cooper Young Festival is a tragedy unfolding in slow motion.

The unbearable profusion of art and music and sheer partyophilia is bad enough itself, but even worse is insidious way that volunteers and do-gooders seem to take up more and more of the booths every year, crowding out critical services like personal injury attorneys and fudge-covered pronto-pups.

Although my inspired non-non-profit festival rezoning petition was sadly struck down in court by bleeding heart judges, I did manage to get some incriminated photos of artists and do-gooders in preparation for next year’s attempt.

You can find more photos in the patent gallery and you can find some of my brilliant work at previous Cooper Young festivals here:

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