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    Artists and board members of Liberty Arts, a local sculpture studio, set up a metal melting furnace in Durham Central Park for the second annual Iron Pour on Saturday, Nov. 21.

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Artists and board members of Liberty Arts, a local sculpture studio, set up a metal melting furnace in Durham Central Park for the second annual Iron Pour on Saturday, Nov. 21.
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