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"The Upside Down"

Creative duo Las Lloronas is calling all binge-watchers to don their hazmat gear and venture into “The Upside Down” for a Stranger Things-themed art show benefiting Autism Speaks. Local artists and vendors — including Casas Ink, Violet Serpentine and The Wednesdays — will descend upon Brick with their best and strangest wares for a night celebrating Netflix’s breakout hit, which premiered its second season in late October. Feel free to grab yourself a drink at Brick’s bar and jam out to an early ’80s playlist, but keep an eye out for flickering lights and unexplained slime … the demogorgon isn’t guaranteed to make an appearance, but you may want to grab your nail bat on the way out of the house. You know, just in case.

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