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Andrea Campbell sworn in as Mass. attorney general
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Andrea Campbell sworn in as Mass. attorney general
Accompanied by her husband and sworn in by her aunt, Andrea Campbell took the oath of office as Massachusetts attorney general Wednesday at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in a ceremony attended by hundreds.
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Mics for the Missing
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February 03, 2023
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Wu outlines plans to break up BPDA, accelerate development
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Wu outlines plans to break up BPDA, accelerate development
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Debt limit debate obscures conflict over American values
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Debt limit debate obscures conflict over American values
Announcements that Congress must raise the national debt limit create a queasy feeling for some people that the U.S. budget has been breached.
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Rent control debate brewing
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Rent control debate brewing
A day after preliminary details of Boston Mayor Michelle Wu’s long-awaited local rent control policy emerged, elected officials who may soon vote on the issue began contending with what it will ultimately look like.
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Mayor releases legislative agenda
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu is promoting her agenda for action at the state level as a new legislative session begins on Beacon Hill.
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Lyle Ashton Harris: Career-spanning exhibit at Rose Art Museum
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Lyle Ashton Harris: Career-spanning exhibit at Rose Art Museum
Lyle Ashton Harris returns to New England for his first solo show in over two decades with an exhibition at the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University. “Lyle Ashton Harris: Our first and last love” examines his 35-year career through the lens of a dynamic new series of work.
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August Wilson's SEVEN GUITARS (BlackOut)
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February 19, 2023
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Wu touts administration's accomplishments
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Wu touts administration's accomplishments
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Why the call for police in BPS schools?
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Why the call for police in BPS schools?
The Council of the Great City Schools last Wednesday released a report on school safety recommending among other things that Boston Public Schools convene a focus group of stakeholders and administrators to consider whether the district should form an internal police department.yawu
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Wu’s push for rent control 20 years in the making
Mayor Michelle Wu’s rent stabilization proposal is the latest in a series of efforts in Boston spanning nearly three decades to reinstate some form of rent stabilization following a 1994 statewide referendum that disallowed rent control.
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From choir teacher to touring with ‘Hamilton’
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From choir teacher to touring with ‘Hamilton’
When “Hamilton” first came on the scene, Nikisha Williams was teaching choir at a high school in Memphis, Tennessee. Her students went wild for the musical, and at their urging, Williams listened to the score and fell in love with it.
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Boston’s many Grammy nominees
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Boston’s many Grammy nominees
Boston musicians are a big presence at this year’s Grammy Awards ceremony, to be held on Feb. 5 in Los Angeles. Faculty and alumni from the city’s two world-class institutions of musical education abound. 
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2023 MIX & MINGLE FOR SMALL BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS
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January 27, 2023
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In the news: Robert Terrell
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In the news: Robert Terrell
Mayor Michelle Wu announced Robert Terrell as executive director of the City’s Office of Fair Housing and Equity.
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