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Eddie Vedder Did God Knows What Here; Copley Trees

DORCHESTER—It's like it hosted our high school CD collection! (Where the hell is that, by the way?) "This past Sunday afternoon, there was an open house for a 2,200-square-foot place at 10 Burt Street in the Ashmont Hill section of Dorchester, which is ably described in its real-estate listing ... The description, however, omits the fact that Eddie Vedder and Courtney Love both hung out there—and that the house has been perhaps the most famous and best-loved crash pad in Boston rock and roll history. It is listed for $369,000." [Phoenix]
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BACK BAY—Broker John Keith drops by Copley Square, and finds that the trees planted there last month don't look so spry. [Twitter]