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Comedy Notes

Funny way to pique curiosity

Institute for Infinitely Small Things members Savic Rasovic (center), Catherine D'Ignazio, and Yori Sakakura take to the street to perform 'Say It With Flowers.' Institute for Infinitely Small Things members Savic Rasovic (center), Catherine D'Ignazio, and Yori Sakakura take to the street to perform "Say It With Flowers."
By Nick A. Zaino III
Globe Correspondent / March 30, 2007

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If you see members of the Institute for Infinitely Small Things at one of their public events, dressed in their white lab coats, rolling on the sidewalk or pantomiming in front of a billboard, it's OK to laugh. Humor is part of the hook they're using to get you to think about things like corporate slogans and street names, the ... (Full article: 634 words)

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