By Jill Rosen
Jill Rosen is AJR's assistant managing editor
"Every billboard, store front, sign, and muted radio jingle is apparently getting in under the radar and taking up space in a brain cell, even though we think we're tuning them out."
"Tupperware mostly remained under the radar of design aficionados...."
New York Times
"'Under the radar--that's where all the nasty stuff is happening,' said Stephen K. Medvic, assistant professor of political science at Old Dominion...."
"People tend to do stuff that's just under the radar in Boston."
California's Ventura County Star
"Some attorneys are better off keeping themselves and their clients under the radar."
"With his breathy 'Hellos' and always outstretched hand, Katzen has campaigned steadily, but largely under the radar."
"Get real, folks! This boondoggle is being slipped by us, right under our noses. It is being flown 'under the radar'."
"This is an under-the-radar, counterculture kick in the pants to the art establishment."
"Anthrax, a group that has more or less flown under the radar...is suddenly under the spotlight again."
from more than 290 references in September and October ###