• April 29, 2009
    By Chris Faraone

    Since I've for years written that it's in Boston's great interest to preserve and invest in Dorchester's Strand Theatre, I now feel partially responsible for helping the institution's volunteers and organizers keep the great hall busy. The long-lasting $6 million renovation is finished; the place looks dignified (from outside at least - I haven't been in yet); and the shows-they-are-a-coming.

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