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Businiess name:  Michael Garman Productions
Review by:  Maureen S.
Review content: 
Michael Garman is a local artist who does unique sculptures of 1940's-era working class folks. His lifelike subjects have the most amazing facial features and his work is truly one-of-a-kind. Of particular interest are his "diner scenes" which show all kinds of motley folks hanging out at the local food counter. But, what you must check out while you are the gallery is the Magic Town int he back. for a small fee, you will enter a world unlike any that you have seen. It is a complete miniature 1940's cityscape with talking holograms and all kinds of surprises. Kids and adult will enjoy--I think it brings out the voyeur in all of us as we peek in windows to get a better look at what lies within.

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