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Rock Out, Darwin

John Dennehy at The Evilutionary Biologist lets readers know about an upcoming series of concerts called Darwin Live, performed by anthropologist Richard Milner (as Dennehy refers to him, "the foremost practitioner of Darwinian entertainment"). For the next two weeks, Milner will be touring the US, offering his special brand of entertainment in Boston/Cambridge, New York, LA, and Chicago.

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