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    Five things to do around Boston, Aug. 6-12

    Beyond Walls Mural Festival, QWERTY Festival, “As You Like It,” and more.

    Chris Coulon, a.k.a. Tallboy, and Brian Denahy with their 2017 Beyond Walls creation.
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    Chris Coulon, a.k.a. Tallboy, and Brian Denahy with their 2017 Beyond Walls creation.

    Starting Monday

    Your Move, Banksy

    The Beyond Walls Mural Festival returns to Lynn, which gained 15 large-scale works of art during last year’s inaugural event. This year’s slate includes 18 artists from 13 countries painting new murals around the city as well as dozens of related programs, including mixed-media pop-ups. On August 18 from 1 to 9 p.m., a street fair with live music takes over Mt. Vernon Street. Through August 19. Free. beyond-walls.org

    Thursday

    A New Voice

    What do you get when religious extremism meets college romance? One of the hottest debut novels of the year. The Incendiaries, by R. O. Kwon, tells the story of a young couple drawn together and pushed apart by faith and violence. The Yale grad discusses the book, which she worked on for 10 years, with essayist Garnette Cadogan at Porter Square Books in Cambridge at 7 p.m. Free. portersquarebooks.com

    Opening Friday

    Gender Bending

    The free outdoor Shakespeare season continues after Richard III on Boston Common closes August 5. For something more lighthearted, check out As You Like It, starring Emerson College grad Margaret Clark as Rosalind, heroine of the madcap tale of love and deception. The Brown Box Theatre Project production plays Christian Herter Park in Allston at 7:30 p.m. Friday through Sunday, then locations around Massachusetts through August 26. Free. brownboxtheatre.org

    Saturday

    What’s Your Type?

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    Calling all typewriter enthusiasts! The QWERTY Festival, the first event of its kind in New England, showcases dozens of the antique machines, including the first commercially successful typewriter (from 1874) and a linotype once owned by the Globe. Also on the schedule: talks on history and a screening of the 2016 documentary California Typewriter. At the Museum of Printing in Haverhill from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free. museumofprinting.org

    Opening Saturday

    Cloud Formations

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    Five “fog sculptures” make up Fog x FLO: Fujiko Nakaya on the Emerald Necklace, in parks from the Back Bay Fens to Franklin Park. Nakaya is a Japanese sculptural fog artist; “FLO” is landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed the Emerald Necklace. Check the website for other offerings during the Emerald Necklace Conservancy’s 20th-anniversary celebrations. Dawn to dusk daily through October 31. Free. emeraldnecklace.org

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