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Street artist will get day in court for pasting up his art

Street artist Shepard Fairey appeared at the Institute of Contemporary Art to promote his show earlier this month. Street artist Shepard Fairey appeared at the Institute of Contemporary Art to promote his show earlier this month. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Eric Moskowitz, Globe Staff and Casey Ramsdell
Globe Correspondent / February 8, 2009

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Shepard Fairey is scheduled to face charges in a Boston courtroom tomorrow for allegedly pasting art without permission on two local sites that police discovered last month - one under the Boston University Bridge and the other above Storrow Drive. (Full article: 679 words)

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