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Tea Par-tay

Posted by Emily Sweeney December 4, 2006 07:24 AM

"No one’s harda than a New England gangsta..."
- Prep Unit

Das right! But instead of sippin' Smirnoff tea like these guys, I suggest keepin' it real by going back to the old skool....I mean really old skool.

On Sunday, Dec. 10th, there’s gonna be a real Tea Par-tay in downtown Boston, colonial-style.

At 5:30 p.m. the Old South Meeting House is hosting what they call a "spirited re-enactment of the Boston Tea Party." The public is invited to participate as protesters rally against the tea tax, just like they did (in that same spot) back in December 1773.

Bust out your best breeches, dust off your tri-cornered hat and get ready to throw down on Sunday...(just leave the muskets and bayonets at home)
Admission is $5... but if you're rockin' the colonial attire, you'll get in free.

- Emily Sweeney

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