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In the end, they reveled in the moment

Laurie Swope for The Boston Globe

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The Painted Burro in Davis Square was one of many local restaurants that threw a big party to mark the end of the Mayan calendar over the weekend. The evening featured Mayan dishes and a confession box where patrons could deposit their sins. Revelers included Kim Miller (left), of Cambridge, and her sister, Maggie (right), of Ontario, who confessed: “When I was little I smeared peanut butter over the entire wall of the living room.”

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