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Free-wheeling fun%u2026

A fleet of mini road warriors took to the street last week as residents of East 35th Street between Quentin Road and Avenue R held their annual salute to summer.

Residents turned out in droves throughout the day to watch their children pedal by on the car-free block, as well as cook up some scrumptious barbecue goodies and catch up on some neighborhood gossip.

After all, isn’t that what the summer is all about?

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