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Post Meridian Records
Lora Valante (left) and Lesley Katzen are the driving forces behind Post Meridian Records' sunny outlook: "We don't like complaint rock." (Josh Reynolds for the Boston Globe) Josh Reynolds for the Boston Globe

The little label that could

Friends build Post Meridian Records by putting music, artists, and optimism first

By Caitlin E. Curran
Globe Correspondent / November 10, 2006

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SOMERVILLE -- Last summer, Lesley Katzen and Lora Valante had an epiphany. The friends, former co-workers, and twee-pop enthusiasts were walking on the beach, scheming about the future. At the time, Katzen was working for American Express, and Valante had just returned to Boston after a brief interlude in Chicago. The 20-somethings were edging closer to 30 every day -- ... (Full article: 1037 words)

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