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What: Local artists Kristina Bell DiTullo, Ellen Godena, and Burns Maxey stage elaborate mixed-media installations exploring themes of nurture, conditioning, and fate.
Why: Acquaint yourself with a sweet robotic dinosaur named Pleo. (Seriously.)
When: Mon.-Wed., 7-9 p.m.; Thurs., 8-10 p.m.
Where: Mobius, 725 Harrison Ave., South End (617-638-0020).
Yoga Flow Pop
What: Get bent during a high-energy, two-hour vinyasa class ($20) taught to live party tunes from DJ MS Thang.
Why: Post-savanasa, stock up on tees from Stil Studio.
When: Mon. Doors, 6:30 p.m.; class, 7-9 p.m.
Where: Shag, 840 Summer St., South Boston. To register, call 617-297-8935 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
American Apparel Sale
What: Up to 70 percent off the iconic hipster label’s tops, dresses, scarves, and bags.
Why: DC readers get free standard shipping on their first Swirl purchase thru May 23.
Where: Online at swirl.com.
Dollar BoYo Fro Yo
What: Our burg’s best answer to Pinkberry celebrates its first birthday with cheap bowls of the low-cal treat.
Why: Splurge on top-tier toppings like raspberries and Cap’n Crunch.
When: Tues., 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m.
Where: Charles River Plaza, 175 Cambridge St., Beacon Hill (617-227-2696).
Girls Rock Boston
What: Help cultivate next-gen Kims (Gordon, Deal) at the city’s first-ever camp instructing girls in the ways of rock and/or roll. (Musical expertise not required.)
Why: Mary Lou Lord as music director? Squee!
When: Applications accepted thru June 15. Camp takes place Aug. 2-7.
Where: Apply online at girlsrockboston.org. For more info, e-mail email@example.com.
Market Menu at Clio
What: Savor spring delicacies like peekytoe crab salad, braised lamb belly, and lemon tart with elderflower sorbet during the three-course, midweek prix fixe ($49).
Why: An excuse to sample Todd Maul’s mammoth new drink menu (80 cocktails!), from aperitifs to tiki potions.
When: Mon.-Thurs., 5:30-10 p.m.
Where: 370 Commonwealth Ave., Back Bay (617-536-7200).
Photo: Ellen Godena and Bob Raymond, “Ambivalent Mary,” 2010 / Courtesy of Ellen Godena