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Peter Meade, a WBZ colleague, hosted David Brudnoy’s memorial at the Cutler Majestic Theatre yesterday. The late professor made his home a salon, as open to college students as political wheeler-dealers and media.
Peter Meade, a WBZ colleague, hosted David Brudnoy’s memorial at the Cutler Majestic Theatre yesterday. The late professor made his home a salon, as open to college students as political wheeler-dealers and media.

'Our David'

Hundreds remember Brudnoy at tribute

By Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent / February 28, 2005

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He was the frat boy, ''Brother Bruds," who knocked back beers with his adopted Greek brothers at Emerson College, then dragged them into a passionate debate over the pros and cons of communism. He was the self-proclaimed cultural elitist and wine snob who relished nothing more than a trip with friends to watch a movie and dine on popcorn for ... (Full article: 1135 words)

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