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New hotel takes liberties with old jail's inhumanity

October 8, 2007

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IN RESPONSE to Kevin Cullen's Oct. 1 column, " Locked-in perspective " (City & Region), I understand that it is sometimes prudent and savvy to give buildings with illustrious histories new life and new "meaning." However, how that was orchestrated at the new Liberty Hotel is unconscionable. Capitalizing on jail lingo for restaurant and bar naming, as well as sorting ... (Full article: 285 words)

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