A guerrilla marketing ploy attracted lots of attention Thursday, but it did not always receive the warmest of welcomes.
About 20 actors — tall and slender, fashionably clad in long black jackets, with the men wearing Converse and the women high boots — made a fake ruckus chanting slogans such as “Fairly Legal, 10 p.m.” through a megaphone. Their chants conformed to the familiar rhythms of that infamous protest classic: “What do we want? Change! When do we want it? Now!” Read More