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Reuters

U.S. Potter fans mob Harvard Yard for ‘Wizard Rock’

July 20, 2007

Hundreds of Harry Potter fans packed the yard, dubbed Hogwarts Yard for the occasion, dancing and singing to bands who belted out songs inspired by author J.K. Rowling’s universe, with titles like “This Book Is So Awesome” and “Save Ginny Weasley.”

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Boston Herald

All “Hallows” Eve: Anticipation hits fever pitch

It’s time to grab your wand and wizard’s robes and party with the Potterverse until Book 7…

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Northeastern Huntington News

Potter Parties

Harvard Square in Cambridge will be transformed into “Hogwarts Square” for what organizers call “the Best Harry Potter Party ever.” Beginning at 5 p.m. Friday, shops and restaurants around the square will feature special Harry Potter-themed menus, windows and events. The festivities end at midnight when “the need to read sends everyone on their merry way,” according to the Harvard Square website. US Potter fans mob Harvard Yard for ‘Wizard Rock’

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London Guardian

Books, films and now gigs: Harry Potter rocks

If you’ve never heard of wizard rock, you’re too late: this musical movement will reach its apex on Friday…

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The Boston Globe

‘Blue’ has street cred, politically Performance artists brings issues to a vote

A ballot box sits perched on an adult-size tricycle…

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Salon.com

For Harry Potter fans about to rock, we salute you

We’re the Hungarian Horntails! Are you ready to burn this place down into a fiery wreck?” yells 8-year-old Darius Wilkins, onstage with bandmates Rayn Feeney, 9, and his younger brother, Holden, 5. They’re in the middle of sound check on a muggy Saturday afternoon in June at Pete’s Candy Store in Brooklyn. Seconds later, there’s another high-pitched yelp from Darius: “We’re the Hungarian Horntails, and we’re going to blow this place up with fire and rock!”

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The Crimson

From Harvard Square, With Love

In Harvard Square, Valentine’s Day celebrations will last all month long.  The Harvard Square Business Association has commissioned a 28-video series called “With Love from Harvard Square.”