Posted Aug 06, 2013By
Anti-Ted Nugent demonstrators pounded the pavement in front of Toad’s Place Tuesday night, as the controversial musician prepared to perform inside. Dozens of community members who had sought to get Toad’s to cancel his show due to his right wing views said their piece out on York Street as a handful of Nugent supporters responded.
For the most part, the juxtaposition — at close quarters between police, journalists, Nugent’s massive equipment truck and the iconic rock club — excepting a momentary shoving match between one marcher and some Nugent fans at one point.— was respectful. (Register staff)
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