Due to a data-entry error, our Fall Preview club listings included some way-out-of-date information for Great Scott — mostly about the décor, which no longer lionizes Doug Flutie nor involves the flags of many nations. And according to reliable sources, one of the Elvis busts got busted. More important, the club now does serve food during the day and charges covers at night that vary from $5 to $15. As for whether they showcase “live college/prog rock” or some broader-based genre set, we leave that up to the Allston label committee.

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Recently we asked our readers to text in their thoughts on what vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin should name her inevitable next child. Here’s what one person had to say:

i hope not.her last name shd b Wilder.in this day and age to b so clsemnded and revel in it and nt cre tht thre r othr types of ppl in ths wrld its scary

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