Robert Banks' internationally acclaimed garage sale

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Robert Banks, the internationally acclaimed filmmaker who can't afford toilet paper ["Broke Banks Mountain," March 21], is trying to make some actual moola. On Friday, from 2-8 pm, and Sunday, from 12-6 pm, Banks will be selling costumes used by actors in his films. Vintage clothes and shoes will be on sale from $5- $45. Go buy stuff. Consider it charity. Location: Tower Press Building, E. 21st and Superior Avenue. -- Rebecca Meiser

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