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— by Pameyla Cambe: In many ways, the pandemic has been something of a cultural reset.

Ironically, it has also kept cultural institutions and other “non-essential” businesses closed — cinemas, libraries, bookstores, art galleries and anywhere else where one would go to enrich their mind and soul. June 26, then, is surely marked in the calendars of those who cherish art, history and creativity: it’s the day that museums finally open their doors to us again. A week later, so will heritage centres…

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