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Macaulay Culkin and Pizza Underground visit Boston

KAYANA SZYMCZAK FOR THE BOSTON GLOBe

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Actor-musician Macaulay Culkin, who’s probably still best known for “Home Alone,” was in Boston on Saturday night with his band the Pizza Undergound, which is a Velvet Underground cover act that changes the band’s lyrics so that they’re all about pizza. (“Walk on the Wild Side” becomes “Take a Bite of the Wild Slice.” “Beginning to See the Light” becomes “I’m Beginning to Eat the Slice.”) The group had a show at Church of Boston near Fenway and then went over to the Theater District for an afterparty at the Revere Hotel’s Emerald Lounge. Pictured at the party were (from left) Phoebe Kreutz, Austin Kilham, Deenah Vollmer, Culkin, Matt Colbourn, and Anchovy Warhol.

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