It's a hot, muggy July night — and still they come. A crowd of hundreds of mostly young adults, flashing acres of tattoos and ironic hairdos, cram the sidewalks of a section just north of downtown known as Roosevelt Row, where — even on this holiday weekend, when the rest of the city has all but emptied out, and even though some of the galleries and boutiques and cafes they're wedging into and out of aren't air-conditioned — they come, to this monthly... More >>>