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Joel Martin, artist, works with customer Kelly Reimer on a tattoo several months in the making at Black and Blue Tattoo, voted as this year’s Best of the City winner in the Best Place to Get a Tattoo category.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Joel Martin, artist, works with customer Kelly Reimer on a tattoo several months in the making at Black and Blue Tattoo, voted as this year’s Best of the City winner in the Best Place to Get a Tattoo category.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Joel Martin, artist, works with customer Kelly Reimer on a tattoo several months in the making at Black and Blue Tattoo, voted as this year’s Best of the City winner in the Best Place to Get a Tattoo category.

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