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A makeover for playwright Arthur Miller

Progress made in BPS superintendent search

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Community discusses response to violence
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Community discusses response to violence
At her Bowdoin Street campaign office, just blocks from where one young man was gunned down, community organizer Liz Miranda opened a community meeting she organized with youth worker Romilda Pereira by simply asking the 50-or-so community residents how they were coping.
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Roxbury Unity Parade
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Roxbury Unity Parade
July 21, 2019
10:00 AM - 4:00 AM
Roxbury
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Ill-suited for the Supreme Court
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Ill-suited for the Supreme Court
Conflict over the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court has induced patriots to consider the qualifications for that high office. The nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court have the responsibility to restrain the president and the Congress from usurping authority that is not granted to them by the U.S. Constitution. The Court must also assure that American citizens are granted the Civil Rights provided in the Constitution’s Amendments.
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New goals for city-owned land
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New goals for city-owned land
Developers wishing to build on city-owned land will now be required to outline the steps they will take to ensure people of color and women obtain jobs, contracts and an equity stake in the projects they intend to build, under new guidelines released last week by the Boston Planning and Development Agency.
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Progress made in BPS superintendent search
The Boston School Committee is scheduled to vote Wednesday Oct. 10 on who will join the hunt for the next superintendent, while education reformers discuss their ideal candidate for the schools leadership position.
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Scoring with sports fans
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Business
Scoring with sports fans
Mahlon Williams, owner of I Love Boston Sports apparel shop, left a cushy job in finance in 2010 after hawking T-shirts near Fenway Park. They were original designs, created by Williams, with slogans like, “New England vs. Everyone” and other quick-witted sayings that only Boston sports fanatics would understand.
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Bringing literacy to life
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Arts & Culture
Bringing literacy to life
In celebration of Latinx Heritage Month, Hyde Square Task Force and the Connolly branch of the Boston Public Library have partnered to create an interactive story walk in Jamaica Plain’s Latin Quarter.
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Every Voice: Handel + Haydn Society at the UUUM at First Church
November 03, 2018
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Jason Moran thrills with musical and visual spectacle at ICA
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Arts & Culture
Jason Moran thrills with musical and visual spectacle at ICA
Two weeks ago, at the Institute of Contemporary Art, jazz pianist and multimedia artist Jason Moran opened the first museum-scale survey of his collaborations with visual artists with a brief performance. Like these projects, his on-stage prelude was a semi-staged and semi-improvisation combination of words, movement, music and spectacle.
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A makeover for playwright Arthur Miller
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Arts & Culture
A makeover for playwright Arthur Miller
Praxis Stage opens its new season with a production of Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons” at Chelsea Theatre Works, October 11–27. This classic piece of modern theater depicts a family torn apart by kept secrets. But Praxis uses race-conscious casting to shine a contemporary light on the story, set in the World War II era.
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Russell Hornsby tells the truth in ‘The Hate U Give'
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Arts & Culture
Russell Hornsby tells the truth in ‘The Hate U Give'
George Tillman Jr.’s film “The Hate U Give,” actor Russell Hornsby brings to life magnificently the complex character of Maverick “Mav” Carter, a husband and father of three, who not only provides for his family, but also openly shows his deep love and affection for them.
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Arm yourself with comparables, confidence when talking salary
There’s a point in every job search when you have to state your salary requirements: a form field on a job application, a question by an interviewer. You know the employer has a salary range in mind. You don’t want to ask for too much or sell yourself short. So what do you say?
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Artists submit ideas for Boston MLK memorial
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Local News
Artists submit ideas for Boston MLK memorial
Five artist teams have submitted proposals for a new memorial on the Boston Common to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King. The proposed designs are currently under consideration by a local committee and city residents.
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GOSPEL NIGHT WITH A TRIBUTE TO ARETHA FRANKLIN AND A TOUCH OF MOTOWN
October 26, 2018
7:30 PM - 11:30 PM
Watertown
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Marriott hotel workers go on citywide strike
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Marriott hotel workers go on citywide strike
Hotel workers took part in coordinated strikes at Marriott hotels across the city Wednesday Oct. 3, as contract negotiations between the billion-dollar hotel chain and union members stall.
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