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How Boston became the cradle of the new American noir

(Ed Quinn/Corbis)
By Pagan Kennedy
December 16, 2007

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ON OCT. 23, 1989, a flower-delivery man pulled up at the corner of Huntington Avenue and Francis Street. In the idling van, he checked his list and smoked a cigarette. (Full article: 1063 words)

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