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The Art of Cool advances, Hopscotch gets its hip-hop 

Cicely Mitchell knows that her birthday is quickly approaching, but on Monday afternoon less than 36 hours since the end of the inaugural Art of Cool Festival, she can't remember if it arrives on Tuesday or Wednesday. It might even be today…

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