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  • Peeps

    A self-described Peep fanatic, Joni Kuzma of Grand Island, Neb., tries a deep-fried Peep at the Peep Show in York, Neb., on Saturday, March 13, 2010. She said the untraditional sweet treat tasted pretty good.
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  • Peeps

    The maker of an entry called Briar Paul's Bunny Drag Races went all out for the art contest at the Peep Show. Music by Lady Gaga blared from a stereo behind the display, which featured Peeps as the stars of a drag show -- a strobe light helped further set the mood.
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  • Peeps

    No detail was too small for the Peeps at the center of this Kiss concert. The Peeps on stage sported the band members' iconic makeup and miniature instruments, and cutout fireballs rose from the top of "pyrotechnic rigs."
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  • Peeps

    Lora Young said the key to making art out of Peeps -- like her 'The Late Show with David Peeperman' display -- is making sure they're dry. Decorations, like the cutout of Letterman's face stuck to the purple bunny Peep, won't stick to fresh Peeps, said Young, a resident of the Norfolk, Neb., who drove 100 miles to attend the contest.
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    Nearly 300 spectators filed through the city auditorium in the small town of York, Neb., on March 13 for the third annual Peep Show. It was a celebration of all things Peeps, with the main attraction being the 75 entries in the Peep-themed art show. The event drew several hundred spectators to the city auditorium in the town of 8,000 people.
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  • Peeps

    Upset stomach? Bob Sautter, executive director of York's visitor's bureau, made Peeps into a familiar medicine bottle for the Peep Show. His entry, called 'Peepto Bismol,' even included a spoon with a couple of leftover peeps sitting on it.
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    Some entries, such as 'PeepCorn,' kept it simple.
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  • Peeps

    Participants in the Peep Show art contest didn't have to use actual Peeps. Some opted to use images of Peeps, like the artist who painted the entry called 'The Real Peepwife of York County.'
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  • Peeps

    The overall Best in Show winner went to a student-made entry. The youngster's recreation of Spongebob Squarepants used several varieties of Peeps, along with a pair of baby shoes, a pair of gloves and an actual spatula. Household items including frying pans, spoons and safety pins were common props throughout the art contest.
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