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It's Mejia in the at-large recount
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Politics
It's Mejia in the at-large recount
With just one vote separating Julia Mejia and Alejandra St. Guillen, the Boston Election Department called the election in favor of Mejia, bringing to a close a marathon, three-day recount process that saw dozens of volunteers, attorneys and city workers poring through the 67,011 ballots cast in the Nov. 7 election.
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#BlackTrust: The Future is Collective: Radical Relationships in the Afro Future
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December 19, 2019
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Boston
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Giving comfort to the enemy?
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Editorial
Giving comfort to the enemy?
Now, 74 years after the end of World War II, Donald Trump’s conflict over Ukraine has its roots in the Cold War. Despite the fact that every American security agency has concluded after their investigations that Russia had digitally interfered with the 2016 election, Trump has insisted that Ukraine was at fault.
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Stacking condos over library books?
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Local News
Stacking condos over library books?
The Boston Public Library is considering adding apartments to share space with four neighborhood branches slated for renovation, a rare combination that exists in New York and Chicago but would be the first in the city.
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Activists convene on housing issues
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Local News
Activists convene on housing issues
The Boston People’s Plan Assembly gathered at the Vietnamese American Community Center in Fields Corner on Dec. 4 for its last meeting of the year to discuss new initiatives, including protesting the proposed redevelopment of Suffolk Downs.
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Pouring passion into food business
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Business
Pouring passion into food business
For more than seven years now, Hyde Park’s ZaZ restaurant has been offering a fresh and healthy menu that focuses on Caribbean and Asian fare, from BBQ Chili Jerk Chicken to Quinoa Asian Shrimp Wraps and Thai Basil Fried Rice.
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‘Black Nativity’: Community voices bring joy to production’s 49th year
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Arts & Culture
‘Black Nativity’: Community voices bring joy to production’s 49th year
The National Center of Afro-American Artists (NCAAA) will celebrate the holiday season with its traditional run of “Black Nativity” by Langston Hughes. This is the 49th year of the show and it is the longest running production of “Black Nativity” in the country.
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Holiday Tree Lighting in Roxbury
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December 21, 2019
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Roxbury
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Roving camera 12-12-19: What do you think the Democrats need to do to win back the presidency?
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Roving camera 12-12-19: What do you think the Democrats need to do to win back the presidency?
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Misinformation efforts over Kentucky vote could be playbook for 2020
Experts say the disinformation spread by Lindeman in Kentucky and the virality and confusion that ensued is a peek into what could befall voters in 2020, when similar techniques are expected to be part of the arsenal of both the right and the left.
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Have yourself a jazzy holiday
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Arts & Culture
Have yourself a jazzy holiday
There is no better time to take in jazz in Boston than the winter holidays and Christmastime. This year an array of concerts and performances, some free, offer music lovers great opportunities.
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Boston Pops debuts sensory-friendly holiday concert
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Arts & Culture
Boston Pops debuts sensory-friendly holiday concert
On Saturday, Dec. 7, the Boston Pops decked the halls for a whole new audience in their first-ever sensory-friendly holiday concert. The concert was designed to allow families with members on the autism spectrum or with other sensory sensitivities to enjoy the same musical holiday tradition that the Pops orchestra has been bringing to Boston for over a century.
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Plaza Suite
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Plaza Suite
February 05, 2020
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Boston
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Opinion
A just society doesn’t criminalize girls
Across our country, black and brown girls are pushed out of school not because they pose any sort of threat, but for simply being who they are. Society too often deems our hair too distracting and our bodies too provocative, our voices too loud, and our attitudes too mean — demeaning our very existence before we even reach adulthood.
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