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Local History Buffs Mow Down Muskrat

MONROE (AP) – Most of the menu read like a typical buffet, with soup, salad, turkey, pork and potatoes. But the first offering at the annual Muskrat Dinner in Michigan was distinctive: a pot of the rodent’s meat mixed with creamed corn. 388 more words


- 'Exploding Modernism' author speaks Wednesday in Boston

By David Brussat

September 25, 2011

The photograph shows Wednesday night’s speaker standing on the grave of founding modernist Le Corbusier. Is Malcolm Millais smiling? Was he about to kick the concrete tomb? 213 more words

- Lecture by Malcolm Millais set for Sept. 28

By David Brussat

Thursday, September 1, 2011

The New England chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art will host a lecture on Wednesday, Sept. 415 more words

It's Good To Live In A Two-Newspaper Town (Dukakis/Romney Slapfight Edition)

Tuesday’s dead-tree Boston Herald ran a State House News Service story headlined, “The Duke dumps on Romney.”


Dukakis: ‘Lousy’ gov is ‘the biggest’ letdown…
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“It happens to be a matter of record that I was first in print with the discovery that the tastelessness of the food offered in American clubs varies in direct proportion to the exclusiveness of the club” wrote Calvin Trillin. 206 more words

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