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  • February 01, 2007
    By Ryan Stewart
    So the two suspects in the viral marketing scheme gone awry were arraigned and spoke to the press, but they were advised not to discuss the case, instead only speaking about hair. We've got video.


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  • February 01, 2007
    By Carly Carioli

    Here's what we know about Peter "Zebbler" Berdovsky. He's 27 or 29 years old. He faces up to five years in prison for putting up a bunch of lite-brite Mooninites. As the government's scapegoat for yesterday's "bomb hoax" -- which played in every other media market in the country as, "Look how stupid those Boston people are" -- he's about to become a very public martyr for the viral-marketing industry.

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  • February 01, 2007
    By Carly Carioli

    Boston, 2007 = Grovers Mill, 1938.

    For those of you not familiar with Aqua Teen Hunger Force, the Mooninites are a race of video-game aliens who attempt, albeit inefectually, to wreak mayhem on the world. (They are completely awesome, though, because Schooly D does their theme song.) The joke is that the Mooninites always fail to do any real harm.

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  • January 31, 2007
    By Ryan Stewart
    British thwart terror plot
    Group was planning kidnapping, beheading
    White House suppresses evidence
    Of climate change
    Vista hardware launches
    Probably shouldn't buy right now, but...
    Sidney Sheldon dies
    Prolific author was 89
    Epstein weds
    In a quiet ceremony at Coney Island

  • January 30, 2007
    By Carly Carioli

    Temporary detour: tonight's "THROWED" has been moved from Harpers Ferry down the block to Great Scott. It'll be back at Harpers' next month, supposedly with Andrew WK headlining. We'll say it again: "Throwed" next month with AWK at Harpers. Now back to this month. Back to tonight. Back to E-Marce, Redd Foxx and our dude David Day.

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  • January 30, 2007
    By Ryan Stewart
    Gaza ceasefire on
    It's uneasy, though
    North Korea talks to resume
    Also uneasily
    Obama hits at Bush
    Over Katrina recovery
    Barbaro dies
    The horse who captured America's heart euthanized
    Harvard honoring Stiller, Johansson
    Is it me, or do these always seem kind of random?

  • January 29, 2007
    By Ryan Stewart
    200 insurgents killed in Iraq
    Weekend battle targets "Soldiers of Heaven" group
    Gaza on brink
    Civil war seemingly inevitable
    African Union: it's Ghana
    Picked over Sudan to chair
    Hillary hits Bush
    Wants war ended by 2009
    Helton to Sox?
    Rockies, Sox working on some dollar figures

  • January 29, 2007
    By Carly Carioli

    Long before he was catching 8.5s on P4K, Grizzly Bear's Edward Droste was skulking around Cambridge, keeping an amazingly low profile given that his ancestors are pretty damn Harvarded-up. His Bear family broke out of Brooklyn, but he brought the clan back to Mass to record Yellow House at his mom's house (guess what color?) in Watertown, and he'll be back in Boston to play the Museum of Fine Arts's indie-rock series this Friday, February 2.

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  • January 28, 2007
    By Carly Carioli

    Camera Obscura, the Essex Green
    January 27 at the Paradise, Boston
    All photos (c) Kelly Davidson

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