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Jugglers may pop out on streets this spring, but the real action is in a thriving Hub subculture

Arthur Lewbel , 50 , a BC professor who's been a key figure in the new juggling subculture, practices his moves at MIT. Arthur Lewbel , 50 , a BC professor who's been a key figure in the new juggling subculture, practices his moves at MIT. (JUSTINE HUNT/GLOBE STAFF)
By Billy Baker
Globe Correspondent / March 25, 2007

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Most Sundays, Nic Price and Anton Kozhushnyan hang out in the lobby of Building 10, underneath the Great Dome at MIT. On the surface, they share little in common. Kozhushnyan, a 19-year-old from Brookline, is a freshman at Northeastern. Price, 28, is Australian and a neuroscientist at Harvard Medical School. (Full article: 1695 words)

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