Runners tend to dress in shorts and light shirts to help with comfort and performance. Angela Brozowski came to the Homewood Business Association's first 0.3K "run" on Saturday dressed as a unicorn."It makes me fast and glittery," she said. "I can run on rainbows, soar over everybody."It was that kind of race.At 0.3K, the route was about two blocks long in downtown Homewood. Rabid Brewing was on hand, serving a free beer to registered participants at the starting line. The course included a pitstop in the second block so runners could fortify themselves . . .
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