The Grand Concourse was filled with people Sunday for the Boogie on the Boulevard.

The summer event closes off part of the concourse to cars and opens it up to free music, activities and local nonprofits.

Some sold artisan crafts while local poets and singers performed.

Sunday marked the last Boogie on the Boulevard of the season. Organizers hope it will be even bigger next year....

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