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March 4, 2010

How Often Does This Happen?

Arts news leads The Boston Globe today:

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Stephen Kurkjian's story about the FBI resubmitting evidence in the 1990 Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist for DNA analysis is here.
March 4, 2010 6:31 AM | | Comments (2)


That makes two days in a row. A story about the renovation of the Paramount Theatre ran on One yesterday, below the fold, but still on the front page. Let's see if they go for the hat trick tomorrow.

It's true; the Globe does put the arts on Page 1 more frequently than most. But even for them, to make it the lead story is kind of startling — in a very refreshing way.

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