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Confidential administration dossiers show governor is skilled at copying corporate and lobbyist wish lists
The Big Hurt: Bieber Silences Youth, Kings of Leon Sell Out
The week's best press releases
Ellie Goulding traces a route to pop royalty
Showtime for New Boston
With the Urban League conference coming next week, Boston's movers and shakers are scrambling to project a progressive racial image
Allston DIY Fest is a collective affair
Nikki Sixx faces his doppelgangers
There is no mystery to the debt crisis. Plus: Scott Brown, and the Boston Foundation
The Big Hurt: Winehouse blows it in the Balkans, Morrissey murders cats
Music news in brief
BOC's delightful Falstaff and Michael Endres playing Schubert at Newport
The essence of youth
The Case of the Mysterious Treasure Map
Choose Your Own Boston Adventure
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Clambake 2011: Pictures
Undercover: Buffalo Tom-"Going Underground"
The Absolut Top 101 Songs of WFNX History #54 - Blur "Song 2"
Undercover: Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros "Blitzkreig Bop"
The Absolut Top 101 Songs of WFNX History #55 - Ramones "Rock & Roll High School"
Clambake 2011: Podcasts
The Absolut Top 101 Songs of WFNX History #56 - Gorillaz "Feel Good, Inc."
Undercover: Weezer-"You Might Think"
The Absolut Top 101 Songs of WFNX History #57 - Sex Pistols "Anarchy In The U.K."
Clambake 2011 Set Times
THE LEPAGE FILES
Confidential administration dossiers show Governor Paul LePage crafted significant portions of his regulatory reform agenda by literally copying and pasting passages from the memos his staff received from corporate lobbyists and their clients, turning swaths of it into little more than a set of giveaways to favored companies.
THE BIG HURT: BIEBER SILENCES YOUTH, KINGS OF LEON SELL OUT
I hadn't originally planned a press-release review for this week, but some PR blasts require immediate attention.
ELLIE GOULDING TRACES A ROUTE TO POP ROYALTY
It's a tale as old as the ages: the artist who breaks big in England but never quite cracks the charts or the hearts of but a select few in the States.
SHOWTIME FOR NEW BOSTON
After years of trying to convince groups with large minority membership that the Hub is now a welcoming, friendly destination for African-Americans, this is the first big organization to test the theory.
ALLSTON DIY FEST IS A COLLECTIVE AFFAIR
"There's no need to confirm with us," said Allston resident Clay Adamczyk, a member of the group that has collectively organized the fest. "You don't need to be pre-approved. As long as you are free of any corporate relations, you can do your own thing."
MURDOCH & SON
In little more than two weeks, Murdoch's News International (NI) division, the maker and breaker of British prime ministers, has been humbled, and — by extension — its US-based parent, News Corporation, humiliated.
NIKKI SIXX FACES HIS DOPPELGANGERS
Nikki Sixx remains a live wire when onstage with LA dirtbags Mötley Crüe.
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