Scenes from Orange County: Puppets on Parade

August 6, 2013 

Donovan Zimmerman, left, leads the Paperhand Puppet Intervention down West Franklin Street on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2013, before entering The Courtyard to celebrate the third anniversary of Vimala's Curryblossom Cafe. "After 18 years of underground community dinners, our restaurant was born," owner Vimala Rajendran said. "Thanks a million to all of you who have brought us this far-- workers, farmers, small producers, organizations, microlenders, mentors, guests, and friends." Paperhand's 14th annual giant puppet show, "Invisible Earth," opens Aug. 9 at the Forest Theatre on the UNC campus.

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Donovan Zimmerman, left, leads the Paperhand Puppet Intervention down West Franklin Street on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2013, before entering The Courtyard to celebrate the third anniversary of Vimala's Curryblossom Cafe.

"After 18 years of underground community dinners, our restaurant was born," owner Vimala Rajendran said. "Thanks a million to all of you who have brought us this far -- workers, farmers, small producers, organizations, microlenders, mentors, guests, and friends."

Paperhand's 14th annual show, "Invisible Earth" opens Aug. 9 at the Forest Theatre on the UNC campus.

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