Monthly Archives: December 2010

December 7, 1941

December 7, 2010
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More than 60% of the nation was born after the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. President Franklin Roosevelt called the attack despicable – a day that would live in infamy. As it turns out, the Japanese made a fatal mistake challenging the arsenal of democracy on that day 69 years...

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Police Blotter 12-06-2010

December 7, 2010
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Breaking and Entering – Residence 11/24/10 – A Chestnut Street resident reported that unknown person(s) entered his home through the unlocked front door and removed a laptop and accessories. Larceny (Bike) 11/24/10 – At 3:30 p.m., a victim reported that his green Novara bike was stolen from in front of his West Cedar Street...

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Medical thriller author Robin Cook to discuss recent books

December 1, 2010
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Medical thriller author Robin Cook to discuss recent books

The third series of “Authors Amongst Us:  Evening of Books, Brie and Beaujolais” continues December 7th, at the Union Club with a talk by author Robin Cook M.D. on his two most recent novels, “CURE” (2010) and “Intervention” (2009). For the last thirty-three years, Louisburg Square resident Robin Cook (right) has dominated the “medical”...

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You moved here in September. Now get involved.

December 1, 2010
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You’ve probably heard people say that city dwellers never know their neighbors. Whoever said that doesn’t know this city. Plenty of ways exist to meet people in downtown Boston. Of course, you could get a dog or have a child, because dogs and children seem to bring people together. But I was thinking of...

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Seeking hundreds of holiday helpers

December 1, 2010
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Every year it takes hundreds of hands to hang 2,680 yards of laurel garlands and 2,400 red bows on Beacon Hill’s 1100 gas lamps for the holidays. The decorating days start Saturday, December 4, at the Harrison Gray Otis House, 141 Cambridge Street, where volunteers are needed to cut and wire the laurel garlands,...

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