Instead of blogging, sprucing up their Facebook pages or attempting to reach a higher level on Grand Theft Auto IV, some dedicated Red Bull quaffers put all of those empties to better use. They created works of art far removed from those wooden guys with the Budweiser can torsos of the ‘70s. On display in the Galleria until July 25, “Red Bull Art of Can” features 47 pieces (many by local artists) of the ultimate in recycled pop art. – Bob Ruggiero
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