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Monday, October 15, 2007

Whoa: Heart-stopping image

David Grubin Productions, Thirteen/WNET

By now commuters traveling into Boston on the eastbound Mass. Pike may be getting used to the WGBH digital mural looming over the highway before the Allston/Brighton exit. But this image of a beating heart was a little more startling than, say, last Monday's Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria.

"The Mysterious Human Heart" premieres tonight on Channel 2. Wonder if road rage comes up.

Posted by Elizabeth Cooney at 10:53 AM
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