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Tonight’s Butterfly Effect event at the Pop Shop benefits the DebRA Foundation, a New York City-based organization that assists people with the serious skin disease epidermolysis bullosa. Artists like Jeff Hulligan and Debbie Donaldson contribute work. Plus, gift baskets and artwork will be up for grabs in raffles and auctions. All proceeds go toward finding a cure for the genetic ailment, which is sometimes called the butterfly disease because sufferers’ skin is so fragile.
Sat., April 21, 6-9 p.m.

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