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Original Review by Alan Rogers

Primetime Emmy Award-winning documentary Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence In The House of God is a 2012 documentary focusing the sexual abuse of boys by Roman Catholic priests at a Wisconsin boarding school for the deaf up to the mid-1970s. 876 more words


Robert Logan

Gail Gilmore (as Gale Gerber) kisses Robert Logan in a publicity photo for Beach Ball (1965)

Robert Logan: born 29 May 1941, Brooklyn New York. 54 more words

Beach Ball

2014 and beyond . . . . Achievements and Expansion Highlight the Year for Logan & Mayo

The year 2014 was quite eventful for the firm.

The name was changed in July from The Logan Law Firm to Logan & Mayo, P.A. in recognition of Attorney Brian Mayo’s promotion to partner. 189 more words

Introducing The Black Loganberries & Debut Album ''Ether''

”Ether” is the musical combination of Electro Experimental producer Robert Logan & The supremely talented Actress, Singer/songwriter Andrea Black, ”welcome to the Ether!”

Some weeks ago now I was approached by a duo calling themselves ”The Black Loganberries”, the email I received was immediately intriguing to me as it just included a promotional flyer for their LP ”Ether”.

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Beer Works to Open New Location in Waltham

We had recently reported that Watch City Brewing out in Waltham was shutting down their operation. Well there is now official confirmation of the new occupant and lessee of the former Watch City Brewing and it is a new outlet of the famed… 201 more words

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Boys Lacrosse: Manganiello explains his highlight-reel goal

It’s made its rounds of the internet over the last week, but even still, Will Manganiello is at a loss for words on how to describe it. 379 more words


Boys Lacrosse: Penncrest win over Radnor brings long-awaited title

Wayne Matsinger has never doubted that the Penncrest boys lacrosse players he’s watched grow through the ranks had the talent to be championship-caliber.

The furthest he’d go is to question whether they would ascend those heights. 428 more words