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Ducky Boys/Confront/Everbody Out! and more in September

Aug. 18th, 2009 | 10:19 pm
posted by: hitthedecks in bostonofftopic


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I want to see this movie.

Apr. 15th, 2009 | 02:49 pm
posted by: movehalfaninch in bostonofftopic

The Anvil Experience is coming to the Boston area tomorrow at the Palladium at Worcester, MA. For those of you who don't know, the Anvil Experience is where you get to see that new rock-doc called Anvil! The Story of Anvil (which has been called the real life This Is Spinal Tap) and then the band performs a short set immediately following. My friends saw this in NYC and said it was the best thing ever.

tickets are still available here.

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Spring Awakening Coming to Boston 4/28-5/24

Feb. 28th, 2009 | 03:41 pm
posted by: laestar87 in bostonofftopic

Hey members of the Boston Off-Topic Community -

Spring Awakening the Musical is coming to Boston!  Featuring music by Duncan Sheik and book/lyrics by Steven Sater, Spring Awakening won 8 Tony Awards including Best Musical.  Spring Awakening is set in 19th century Germany and follows teenagers as they learn to accept their sexual awakenings.  Don't miss your chance to see it in Boston.  It will be here from April 28-May 24, 2009.

Why am I posting this early?  Tickets are on sale now!

Spring Awakening will be playing at the Colonial Theater on 106 Boylston Street, right across the street from the Boylston T stop on the Green line.

To buy tickets, visit www.broadwayacrossamerica.com/boston

For more information about Spring Awakening and other shows, visit the Guilty Ones (www.facebook.com/home.php or Broadway Across America - Boston (www.facebook.com/home.php) Facebook groups.

Also, if you are interested in buying group tickets (10-20 people), please e-mail me at sweetpea487 (at) hotmail (dot) com.


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This Sat night - 5 bands $5

Jan. 8th, 2009 | 09:14 pm
posted by: hitthedecks in bostonofftopic

Death & Taxes
Mark Lind & The Unloved
Pinkerton Thugs

Saturday, January 10th
Doors at 8pm
Harper's Ferry in Allston, MA


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Tomorrow night in Newburyport, 21+

Oct. 17th, 2008 | 09:07 pm
posted by: hitthedecks in bostonofftopic

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Friday May 9th - The Murder Mile, Mark Lind & the Unloved, Damone

May. 3rd, 2008 | 03:09 pm
posted by: hitthedecks in bostonofftopic

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Mar. 1st, 2008 | 10:08 pm
posted by: newsoftoday in bostonofftopic

Americans are asking for Political Asylum...Why don't we hear about it?     

There is no country in the world that understands propaganda more than the United States. Billions are spent at the Pentagon on what you hear and repeat. The mainstream news is a psychotronic parade as the democrats bumble and the reporters comment as though they are on the Bush administration payroll. 

The truth is not reported. The public responds as a story of importance makes breaking news only to see it squashed in the next 72 hours. Americans are asking for political asylum and you are not hearing about it. 

The government is torturing American citizens who are Whistleblowers-  myspace Darren Gelbard, youtube Monarch Katherine Moore, and DIA Topoff to see electronic warfare torturing a U.S. citizen in 2007. Or, for those of you who think these victims are conspiracy theorists, there are the ADS military tests on youtube, 60 Minutes, and CNN. People being hit out of thin air by a ray beam. For real!

Weapons that can harm or kill you from a distance, without leaving marks if the operator so desires, are being used on people in their homes. There are interviews with U.S. citizens who are victims and with a Baghdad surgeon in which he states there are bodies in Iraq he and his team of ten Doctors have seen that are being killed by..."No bullets, no shots..arms cut straight off...we don't know what kind of weapon it is." A Baghdad Orchestra player also stated he saw bodies where..."Only the face was burned, no eyes..and the teeth. The rest of the body was untouched.

The Washington Post released an article called Mind Games in which the victims of psychotronics and V2K described what it was like to have someone mentally and physically torture you using communications and electronic warfare from a distance. And Russia is trying to ban Space weapons after Congress changed the bill that would have banned psychotronics years ago. This is the most dangerous game. Weapons that no individual can defend themselves against. Weapons that manipulate people and that torture and can kill you in your home with no warning from a distance.
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Jan. 23rd, 2008 | 01:45 pm
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Jan. 20th, 2008 | 03:54 pm
posted by: percyweasley13 in bostonofftopic

 Summer sublet available May 31st to August 31st (it may be possible to move in a little earlier or move out a little earlier)

*females preferred

*$725 per month, heat and hot water incl.

*Highspeed wireless & cable (~$60 a month) and electricity are extra. You can also switch to basic cable and pay less, no worries.

*Coin Operated washer & dryer in basement

*Bedroom is fully furnished, tables, lamps, twin bed, desk and chair and large ikea dresser/shelf thing

*I can leave my window a/c unit if you wish, I also have a couple of little fans

*Kitchen with oven, fridge and microwave

*Right off of Brighton Ave. In walking distance to 57 bus route, Green B Line, Shaws, Harvard Ave., lots of bars, restaurants and clubs

Any questions? Post me a note.

Pictures of apartment here:

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Boston University is proud to present...

Dec. 4th, 2007 | 01:10 am
posted by: percyweasley13 in bostonofftopic

"Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead"

An absurdist retelling of Shakespeare's Hamlet, presented from the point of view of the play's two most insignificant characters.

Wednesday, December 5th @ 7.30pm
Thursday, 6th @ 7.30pm
Friday, 7th @ 8pm
Saturday, 8th @ 2pm & 8pm

*****It would be best to reserve tickets for the show, as the seating holds less than usual*****

$12 general public; 
$10 BU alumni, Huntington subscribers, WGBH members, students, and senior citizens. 

At Boston University's Studio 210

Check out www.bostontheatrescene.com

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