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Wahlberg and gang take over Oyster House

Above: ''Bunker Hill'' crew members outside the Union Oyster House. Above: ''Bunker Hill'' crew members outside the Union Oyster House. (Globe Staff Photo / George Rizer)
By Mark Shanahan & Paysha Rhone
Globe Staff / December 9, 2008

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It was barely 10 a.m., and Donnie Wahlberg was sitting at the bar drinking beer. The New Kid nuzzled a young redhead and then joined a few friends for a game of darts. Welcome to "Bunker Hill," the TNT pilot that began filming yesterday inside the historic Union Oyster House. Owner Joe Milano said the cast and crew pulled up ... (Full article: 947 words)

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