Bronzed breast implants, plastic totem poles and a dirt trampoline are taking center stage this weekend at "48 Hours," the annual festival of the Third Ward's venerable Project Row Houses. The off-kilter shindig celebrates the nongentrified charm of the Third Ward through quirky art installations by more than 30 local artists. Activities will be happening in a three-block radius surrounding Project Row Houses in the Third Ward. In the Project Row Houses space, resident artists will be showing their latest installations. Follow the markers from there, and you'll (literally) run into what Fletcher Mackey of Project Row Houses calls a "sod trampoline," dug into the ground near a bike shop, as well as artist Michelle Barnes's quilts on... More >>>