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Tucson is home to many producers of "hipster" products, vintage clothing, recyclable art and farm-to-table food products. Cultivate Tucson brings that together in their first in a series of pop-up markets, this Saturday, Nov. 21 at the Warehouse on Fourth (127 S. 4th Ave.). Get your fill of handmade artisan goods from local makers, jewelry. woodworking, clothes, perfume and coffee. It's like Pinterest and Etsy came to life on the avenue, and best of all, 20 percent of the proceeds go to local nonprofit, Free Ever After, which combats sex trafficking in Tucson. For more information on the dozens of vendors go to Cultivatetucson.com

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