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Charlotte gets tasty; plus art and dragons 

Put it in your mouth

Crank dat

click to enlarge ANGUS LAMOND

 

A dancer struts her stuff during the Dragon Boat Festival, which hit town June 7.

(Don't) Bite me

click to enlarge CHEY SCOTT

Jeremy Gaynor (right) serves Stephanie King some Salsarita's at the big Taste of Charlotte event in Uptown on June 6.

Girls night out

click to enlarge CHEY SCOTT

Sharon Pam (left), Emily Bishop and Emily Bov take in the sights, smells and samples at Taste of Charlotte. For more photos from Taste of Charlotte, visit www.qcafterdark.com.

A good 'god'

click to enlarge JASIATIC

Artist John Hairston, of Charlotte's God City art collective, works up a sweat at a showing of his work on June 6 at Black Sheep in South End.

For more nightlife photos, visit www.qcafterdark.com.

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