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Lampooning one Brown; getting real with another

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / September 17, 2004

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THE HARDEST-WORKING MAN IN HARVARD SQUARE It was live and lowdown at the Lampoon yesterday afternoon. In Cambridge, the Harvard humor magazine presented singer James Brown with a silver bowl "for his unparalleled contributions" to culture. Some 300 spectators roared as the Godfather of Soul -- looking natty in a purple suit, open-collared purple shirt, silver-toed boots, and, of course, ... (Full Article: 716 Words)

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