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Free Events This Week: What If Screening, Yoga of the Mind, and PAMM

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August is upon us, and we're counting down the weeks until cooler weather arrives. How we long for the days of patio seating, sans buckets of sweat! We barely remember what it's like to leave the house without mosquito attacks and sweat stains.

In the meantime, we have to hunker down in the AC as much as possible -- or risk heat exhaustion and impossibly frizzy hair. On that note, here's some free stuff to get into this week, mostly indoors.



  • First Thursday at PAMM: Stay cool and check out their latest exhibitions, from Edouard Duval-Carrié: Imagined Landscapes to Caribbean: Crossroads of the World.


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