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Daily Archives: 04/04/2008

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“Rhodies” have an edge in Brown admissions

What are Rhodies? People from the short-lived Republic of Rhodesia? Anyway, if by “Rhodies” the Brown Daily Herald means “Rhode Islanders” then good on Brown. The state is the 43rd most populous in the country, but the fifth most common home-state for the class of

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At the Firehouse this wknd

Awesome Brothers Present: MYSTERY NEST WEEKEND Friday 04/04 Sensitive Hearts LLOVE Nuclear Power Plants Plunge Into Death Sat. 04/05 – Zombie Jamboree Slideshow Lazy Magnet Awesome Bros

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Move over Schwarzenegger’s Junior, Men Having Babies is No Longer Fiction

I feel really bad for Arnold Schwarzenegger.  No really.  I don’t think he is going to get the credit he deserves for his role in producing the first real pregnant man.  Had it not been for the movie Junior, I am not certain anyone would

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Strange, strange coincidence…

Wow. A red-tailed hawk attacks a school girl visiting Fenway Park. The young lady’s name: Alexa Rodriguez. I wonder if Mr. April is at all worried… Wow. Just wow.

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B Sharp Anniversary Party Tonight

The most excellent music gear shop celebrates their 5 year anniversary tonight at AS220. Denimvenom, sweethieves and Butcherings bring the noise and sideburns all night. AS220, 9pm, $5

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Paranoid Park starts Saturday

If you blinked you missed the first run of this movie but it’s coming back to the Cable Car Cinema, “The Theater With the Couches”. You pretty much know by now whether you like Gus Van Sant movies, and I do. This is the same

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Book Nerds Rejoice!

  This Friday through Sunday is the grand opening of Book By Book, a great little second hand bookstore in the Hope Artiste Village, and I’m not just saying this because I work there. (There’s your full disclosure) Owner Rick Ring is the rare book

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Brown keeps building up (and tearing down)

Brown’s looking to keep building on College Hill — despite repeated pledges to focus new med related development in the Jewelry District: Brown plans to build the mind-brain behavior building between 127 and 135 Angell St. as the home of its psychology, cognitive and linguistic

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Like I’ve been saying…

Amy, with a perspective from the ground in Mexico, in this week’s Phoenix: Miguel Pickard, who works for a social-research organization in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas, says that the mainstream US media often overlooks how neo-liberal policies like the North American Free Trade

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Curt Columbus at Athenaeum, tonight

Fri, 4/4, 5-7pm: SALON – Gay Paris and the Politics of the Personal, Trinity Rep’s Artistic Director Curt Columbus on his original play, Paris By Night. A musical set in 1960s movie Paris (that is, not the real Paris, but the one of our collective,