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Thursday, October 13, 2016

Tonight in the Explorers Room: Walking Along, Kicking the Leaves

Tonight in the Explorers Room we try to find the exotic and sublime in the changing of the season without being super lame and pumpkin patchy about it.  I love autumn but it always freaks me out what it portends in terms of winter – seasonal depression, constant cold toes, not very exotic – so I'm trying to go into this season looking at it as more than just winter's waiting room, like it's something strange and spectacular (which it is).  Sort of a pedestrian show concept, I know, but I promise it won't be pedestrian in execution. 

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