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Three to See

Tales of Brother Blue

By Jim Concannon
Globe Staff / December 30, 2008

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Brother Blue (above) has a weighty responsibility, as keeper of an oral tradition that is thousands of years old, and that was one of the first forms of education as well as entertainment. Simply put, Brother Blue is a storyteller. The Cambridge-based artist who's also known as Hugh Hill has been weaving his twisting tales for decades, much as did ... (Full article: 420 words)

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