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Thursday, October 30, 2014 Poet Natasha Trethewey speaks Nov. 4 at Clark In her poem "History Lesson," former poet laureate Natasha Trethewey demonstrates how a single, innocent picture can be both...
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If pundit Oscar Wilde were alive today, he might describe Gore Vidal as a man who had escaped from a home for the criminally sane. In the film "Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia," we are...
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Clara Lane Memorial Concert at the Leominster Library LEOMINSTER � Join soprano Merrycarol Yumi Wada and pianist Allen Mueller as they entertain the audience with "Songs From Around the World,"...
2014/10/29 19:57
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Sitting down with Professor of English Victor Strandberg, the first thing I noticed was the massive bulletin boards behind his desk covered with newspaper clippings and images dating back as far as...
2014/10/28 14:10
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Going back a generation or two to identify who's in all those old photos can be challenging for any family. Try going back a century. That's the task confronting the Worcester People of Color Photo...
2014/10/27 10:10
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Seated at a holiday service at a synagogue about a decade ago, author Jonathan Eig heard his rabbi describe the birth control pill as the most important invention of the 20th century. His reaction?...
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Rainy M. Logan, 29, enjoys her job tutoring English-language learners. And as she approaches 30, she is building her career by working toward a master's degree in speech and language pathology. Her...
2014/10/26 10:09
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Worcester Polytechnic Institute's newest robot hasn't got a magnetic bone in its body. And, that's a very good thing because that means it can operate inside the bore of an MRI scanner. This novel...
2014/10/26 09:09
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Art Martin helps local corporate seedlings find the light and nourishment they need to thrive. And if your startup needs that sort of help in Worcester, he is a good person to know. Mr. Martin,...
2014/10/25 10:09
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Assumption women's tennis team enters NE 10 playoffs By Jay Gearan CORRESPONDENT Assumption College women's tennis coach Dan Munsey celebrates with his players. For the first time in seven years,...
2014/10/24 10:09
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The image of a police officer wrestling with an 18-year-old on a city street this week over a gun the teenager had stuck in his waistband jarringly highlights the brazenness of a subculture of young...
2014/10/23 18:00
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Adopted from China as infants, Maxine Harvey and her younger sister, Talia, were always taught the importance of giving back. “It was instilled in us at such a young age,” said Harvey, 18, of the...
2014/10/23 10:09
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The spooky season, and there are all sorts of great seasonal events worth checking out. For instance, "Canalloween: A Nightmare on Water Street" on Oct. 25 kicks off the holiday festivities in...
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Matthew DeNittis of Sutton has been foraging for wild, edible mushrooms for 59 years. His search for mushrooms began when he was 10 years old, part of a family ritual with his grandfather. A...
2014/10/23 10:09
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Two recent news items caught my interest in a special way. One was about the mysterious missing gargoyles at the former Chestnut Street Congregational Church. The other was about Bancroft Tower and...
2014/10/22 10:09
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One of the major challenges facing community revitalization in Worcester � getting the buy-in of residents � was acutely noticeable Tuesday as federal and local officials met in an almost empty room...
2014/10/22 01:09
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WORCESTER — Community advocates, scholars and police will join forces over the next three years to try a holistic new approach to reducing gang violence in one Main South neighborhood, officials...
2014/10/21 11:25
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Photo by Stuart Kinlough Getty Images/Ikon Images So your child moved back in with you after graduation, and it seems like she will never leave. Or worse, you're sending rent checks each month while...
2014/10/20 15:35
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The Teen Heroes column is sponsored by the Helen Diller Family Foundation. To learn more about the foundation’s $36,000 Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awards, visit http://dillerteenawards.org. Maxine...
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Mall rats! The teens, staff, and shoppers of America's shopping centers in the 1980s The photo series called 'Mall Series' were taken by Massachusetts-based photographer Stephen DiRado His project...
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