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Between Riverside and Crazy
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Arts & Culture
Between Riverside and Crazy
Through Oct. 13, SpeakEasy Stage Company presents Stephen Adly Guirgis’ dark comedy, “Between Riverside and Crazy.” The story follows Walter “Pops” Washington, a black ex-cop who was shot by a white cop while off-duty.
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Old Roots, New Rules: Boston Ujima Project's Citywide Assembly
October 06, 2018
12:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Dorchester
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The pursuit of one’s rights is justified
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Editorial
The pursuit of one’s rights is justified
Those who are angered by Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the national anthem would have to conclude that the extensive pattern of police assaults against unarmed black men do not justify such protest.
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Editorial
In defense of diversity
A coalition of Asian organizations have joined the lawsuit against Harvard University for alleged racial discrimination in admissions. They charge that less qualified applicants of other races have received acceptance letters denied to Asians only because of bigotry against Asians.
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Boston Scenes 9-20-18: Sociedad Latina, Pharma lawsuit, Mass Fallen Heroes, 9.11 observance
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Boston Scenes 9-20-18: Sociedad Latina, Pharma lawsuit, Mass Fallen Heroes, 9.11 observance
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Bobby Brown reflects on  his ‘RBRM’ tour with BBD, his life and family
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Arts & Culture
Bobby Brown reflects on his ‘RBRM’ tour with BBD, his life and family
This fall Bobby Brown is back on the road with BBD (Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins and Ronnie DeVoe) as half of the RBRM tour.
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Looking Inward
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Arts & Culture
Looking Inward
“Untold Stories” at Boston’s Fountain Street Gallery explores the interiors of humans and their spaces. Featured artists Alexandra Rozenman and Anita Loomis turn a thoughtful, humorous eye to the day-to-day stories we keep to ourselves.
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43rd Annual Roslindale Day Parade
October 14, 2018
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Roslindale
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Careers
The 8 best cities for tech jobs
People want to work in tech, and it’s clear why. Tech salaries tend to be about $60,000 more per year than the national average wage, according to a 2018 report from CompTIA, a leading tech trade organization.
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Creating a ripple effect
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Business
Creating a ripple effect
Local coffee shop owners are preparing to scale up and transition Ripple Cafe from Caribbean restaurant pop-up to permanent meeting spot at Ashmont T station.
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Investors driving up real estate costs
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Local News
Investors driving up real estate costs
A report released last week, “Towering Excess: The Perils of the Luxury Real Estate Boom for Bostonians,” finds that in 12 of the city’s largest luxury buildings, 35 percent of the units are owned by limited liability companies or trusts that hide the identities of the individuals or entities that own them.
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Activists set conditions for BPS superintendent search
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Local News
Activists set conditions for BPS superintendent search
Education, civil rights, and community organizations are demanding that Boston Public Schools Interim Superintendent Laura Perille not be considered for the permanent position, and that a timeline be set to find her successor from a diverse range of experienced candidates.
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Lovable lovage
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Lifestyle
Lovable lovage
When I told my wife I was off to find some lovage, she was supportive. Levisticum officinale, after all, is a close relative of celery, parsley and dill, three of her favorite plants to eat.
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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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Local News
Banks making big bucks from customers’ overdraft fees
Banks and other depository institutions market fees as convenient ‘overdraft protection’ What they do to consumers is strip billions of dollars each year from personal checking accounts, while generating a lucrative, no-lose revenue stream for these institutions.
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