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Out in the streets to celebrate Bastille Day

Laurie Swope for The Boston Globe

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The weather was mostly cool and dry during the French Cultural Center’s 38th Bastille Day Party on Marlborough Street over the weekend. Executive Director Catheline van den Branden and the Cultural Center staff shut down the block between Berkeley and Clarendon streets for a night of dining and dancing with live entertainment from Atlas Soul and Madame Moustache. Revelers included Anthony Brantley and Liza Hogeland (above), both of Allston.

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