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Taste of Summer

Published: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 8:37 a.m. CDT
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Madlyn Cain, 6, of Antioch rides the Cliff Hanger with her father, Paul, during Antioch’s Taste of Summer on Sunday in downtown Antioch.
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Ellis Reimholz, 3, of Gages Lake, eats a Dairy Queen Oreo Blizzard during Antioch’s Taste of Summer in downtown Antioch. Ellis was at the event with her grandmother, Debbie Townsend, of Winthrop Harbor.
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Ginny Kowalski of Antioch dances to the Beatles song, “Get Back,” performed by American English during Antioch’s Taste of Summer.
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Alyn Appelt of Antioch, and Vivienne Bond of Beach Park, both 4, and Ryne Rumowski, 3, of Lindenhurst, ride the Frog Hopper during Antioch’s Taste of Summer.
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Ellie Nampel, 7, of Antioch, shops the sidewalk sales at the Ooh-La-La Boutique on Saturday during the Antioch Taste of Summer in downtown Antioch.
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Dorothy Cates, of Grayslake, (center) waits for an autograph from Eric Michaels, as Paul McCartney, while James Lynch, as George Harrison, and Frank Canino, as John Lennon, with the band, American English, stand beside her after their concert during Antioch’s Taste of Summer. Cates has been following American English since they started as a band.
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Riders swing on the Freak Out during Antioch’s Taste of Summer.
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Rosemary Nowik of Antioch shops the sale at Four Squires on its last day of business on Saturday in Antioch.

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