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Love this poster for the fourth annual Zombie Kickball game in Portland, Maine, at 2 p.m. June 28.
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Hannity volunteers to be waterboarded for charity: Olbermann (above) says he’ll pay $1,000 for every second the Fox host endures.Facebookers vote for more user control: Duh.
Alien “abduction” artifacts on display in NH: It’s a probing exhibit
John Wayne's advice on being a star, as recounted by Michael Caine in New York magazine:
“Never wear suede shoes, because one day, Michael, you’ll be taking a piss, and the guy next to you will recognize you, and he’ll turn toward you and say, ‘Michael Caine!’ and piss all over your shoes.”
General David Petraeus, the top American commander for Iraq and Afghanistan, speaks at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government at 4 p.m. today. His talk -- which can be viewed on a live webcast here -- is part of a tribute to the more than 300 veterans now studying at Harvard. The U.S. Central Command commander and Army Colonel H.
Shepard Fairey could face jail time for his, ahem, alleged graffiti in Boston after a Municipal Court judge decided yesterday that the vandalism charges against him could be treated as felonies instead of misdemeanors.The Los Angeles artist, whose work is the focus of a major retrospective at Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art, faces as many as a dozen charges from Boston police.
Learn how to make Jesus's face appear on your toast -- for fun and profit, and, uh, faith. Your very own Happy Easter miracle awaits you here.
Boston Poice hazmat teams were dispatched to five area hospitals today after the institutions reported receiving "suspicious looking letters," police blog and tweet.The affected hospitals are: Beth Israel Deaconess, New England Medical Center, Brigham and Women's, Boston Medical Center and New England Baptist Hospital.
I know it's (probably) just a coincidence, but does The New York Times really need to run an ad for "My Life In Ruins" on its story about The New York Times threatening to kill The Boston Globe? (Screenshot from 9:07 tonight.)
Papercut Zine Library may have to move by the end of June because, the library says, its landlord has put its Cambridge building, The Democracy Center (left), up for sale.If the owner, the Foundation for Civic Leadership, does sell the property, it could also displace other activist organizations that make their home there, including Art Without Borders, Avaaz, Boston Mobilization, The Foundation for Civic Leadership, Sustainable Endowments, The Pacific Forest Trust and The Catholic Democrats.
Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts announced today that it is eliminating 54 positions due to the global financial crisis.“After careful consideration, we have reduced expenses by approximately 12%,” the MFA reports. “Regretfully, through electing not to fill 21 currently vacant positions and by reducing our staff by 33 members, we are eliminating 54 total positions.