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Palmer hangs out in Lexington

Amanda Palmer (red shirt) and teacher Steven Bogart (to her left) with Lexington High students Saturday night. Amanda Palmer (red shirt) and teacher Steven Bogart (to her left) with Lexington High students Saturday night. (Boston Globe Photo / Aram Boghosian)
By Mark Shanahan & Meredith Goldstein
May 11, 2009

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Amanda Palmer has to be the most popular girl at Lexington High School. The frontwoman of the Dresden Dolls - who is an LHS graduate - hosted a party Saturday night for students who performed in a show she produced for them with her former drama teacher Steven Bogart . The late-night shindig was held at Palmer's parents house in ... (Full article: 796 words)

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