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Geena Davis speaks at Boston University

Geena Davis won an Academy Award in 1988 for her supporting role in "The Accidental Tourist." When she returned to her alma mater, Boston University, on Dec. 1 as part of Boston University's Friends Speaker Series, she brought a different set of credentials - as a leader to improve gender equality in the entertainment industry.

Community Impact Newspaper
VAC to host candidate meet-and-greet in lead up to election day | Community Impact Newspaper

Candidates and voters are invited to attend a meet-and-greet event hosted Thursday Nov. 1st beginning at 5 p.m. at Cilantro's Mexican Grill and Taco Spot in The Woodlands. Organized by the Voter Awareness Council, this reception is intended to give residents of Montgomery County a chance to engage with candidates running for office in November.

Advocate Newspapers Archive
Malden holds interfaith vigil

Hundreds showed up to honor the victims of the tragic Boston Marathon bombings at Monday’s interfaith vigil.

The Jewish Advocate
Clark launches online archive of Holocaust letters

Clark University’s Stassler Center will soon be the home of a very rare and special online Holocaust exhibit – one made up of letters exchanged between German- Jewish parents and their refugee children in other parts of Europe.

Advocate Newspapers Archive
Thief targets Boy Scout

Fifth grader Edward D’Angelo’s busy, peaceful shift at his cub scout popcorn stand ended abruptly when his fundraising cash box was stolen by a desperate heroin addict.

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Inauguration 2014 set for Jan. 6

Two new city council members and three new school committee members will be officially sworn in before they begin their first terms in office.

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Clark hopes women’s issues, values carry her to Washington

Katherine Clark is one of many candidates running to succeed Ed Markey as U.S. Representative for Massachusetts’ Fifth District. Other candidates for the Democratic nomination in the 2013 special election for the U.S. House of Representatives include Middlesex Sheriff Peter Koutoujian, Medford State Rep. Carl Sciortino, Belmont State Sen. William Brownsberger, and Framingham State Sen. Karen Spilka.

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Impressive turnout for Veteran’s Day Parade

Hundreds of Maldonians turned out for the City’s traditional Veterans Day parade Monday morning. In a departure from tradition, this year’s memorial services were held at the MacDonald Stadium. Elected officials, spectators and parade participants gathered for the unveiling of a POW-MIA Chair of Honor, which has now been installed on the stadium’s bleachers.

The Jewish Advocate
Area pair ordained as rabbis

130 Orthodox graduate Yeshiva University seminary Yosef KornbluthNEW YORK - The Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, known as RIETS, at New York's Yeshiva University ordained 130 new rabbis at their Chag HaSemikhah Convocation this March. These included two Boston men, Yosef Kornbluth and David Roth.

Allston/Brighton TAB
Artists show their metal - and more - at Allston Open Studios

Many people swarmed into Allston for a weekend of fun and arts. For the 24th year in a row, Allston Art District opened its doors to the public for Open Studios last Saturday and Sunday at the corner of Braintree Street and Rugg Road.

The Jewish Advocate
Synagogue Council celebrates four 'modern-day Deborahs'

NEEDHAM - The Synagogue Council of Massachusetts honored four women at its annual Tribute Celebration at Temple Aliyah here June 16. "We wanted to celebrate women's leadership," said David Bernat, the council's executive director. "We selected women who embody the Synagogue Council's core mission - synagogue vitality, pluralism and fostering a strong Jewish identity and connection between American Jews and Israel."

Wicked Local
Harpers Ferry slips out of the Allston music scene

Harpers Ferry, a 40-year-old much-loved live music nightclub at 158 Brighton Ave. in Allston, has closed its doors forever after a festive Halloween weekend. Harpers Ferry, a 40-year-old much-loved live music nightclub at 158 Brighton Ave. in Allston, has closed its doors forever after a festive Halloween weekend.

Allston/Brighton TAB
Allston-Brighton's memorials & parks get a cleaning for Veterans Day

There's something different about Allston-Brighton. The irksome graffiti tags are gone (even the ones high up on the sign posts), the sidewalks are litter free and clear of rotting leaves and Allston-Brighton's parks and monuments are immaculate. There's something different about Allston-Brighton.

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