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Havre de Grace's 'Ladies of Locust' ready to jam with Lunar Bay
Havre de Grace's 'Ladies of Locust' ready to jam with Lunar Bay

After catering lots of festivals in her hometown of Havre de Grace, Margie Coakley definitely saw how they could be made better. So she decided to put on her own festival. With the help of two neighbors, Genevieve Britton and Kelley Duncan, Coakley is plunging headfirst into her first festival: the two-day, 48-band Lunar Bay Music & Arts Festival, to be held June 29 and 30 on the grounds of Steppingstone Museum. Britton, Coakley and Duncan, who named themselves "Ladies of Locust" after the street where they live – also known as "LOL" or laughing out loud – expect the event to bring out 10,000 people over the two-day event. The ticket sales will be...

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