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Jarring Juxtapositions

On the west side of Peter Faneuil’s pre-Revolutionary War era marketplace is an 1880 statue of Samuel Adams.  I caught Mr. Adams sternly surveying the blocky cantilevered 1968 concrete behemoth also known as City Hall (often referred to, without irony, … Continue reading

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