Chelsey Cooper, left, and Becky Larson, right, both of Sacramento sing along while the Mariachi Mi Tierra musical group perform at the Cinco de Mayo celebration on J Street between 27th and 28th Street in 2009.
Chelsey Cooper, left, and Becky Larson, right, both of Sacramento sing along while the Mariachi Mi Tierra musical group perform at the Cinco de Mayo celebration on J Street between 27th and 28th Street in 2009. Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Chelsey Cooper, left, and Becky Larson, right, both of Sacramento sing along while the Mariachi Mi Tierra musical group perform at the Cinco de Mayo celebration on J Street between 27th and 28th Street in 2009. Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
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