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Crown & Anchor Pub is slated to anchor this essential spot, so it's time to take stock before the construction dust settles.

Jolted by change, the Arts Factory is still enchanting as hell

August 26th, 2015

Crown & Anchor Pub is slated to anchor this essential spot, so it's time to take stock before the construction dust settles.

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