Main Street bustling
Main Street was bustling by just before noon on Thursday with last-minute prep work for the Sundance Film Festival.
Moving crews were continuing to unload trucks as they set up temporary spaces in rented Main Street buildings. Many of the rented buildings have ties to corporations that desire the Sundance exposure.
Traffic on Main Street and surrounding streets was slower than it is on a typical day, with trucks appearing to deliver some of the final furnishings for the rented buildings. There were numerous taxis driving on Main Street. Some of the temporary spaces that appeared close to opening included the Queer Lounge, a New York film office and a Gibson Guitar spot.
No-parking signs had been put up on Main Street, part of an effort by City Hall to ease traffic flow on the street.
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