Mixed messages

The upcoming Million DJ March is viewed as a solution by some, spin by others

Clinton Sparks, DJ Bobby Kariotis Clinton Sparks (left, with fellow DJ Bobby Kariotis in Norwood) has reservations about the goals of the Milton DJ March. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
By Vanessa E. Jones
Globe Staff / August 26, 2008

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Bobby Kariotis discovered one of the challenges of being a DJ five years ago after a club gig in downtown Boston. Kariotis, known as DJ BK, says that at the end of the night the club owners refused to pay him, claiming they didn't make enough money for the evening. According to Kariotis, the owners, whom he didn't want to ... (Full article: 1249 words)

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