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David Fixler

New, improved modernity

By David Fixler
January 14, 2007

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BOSTON CITY Hall is our civic emblem of modernity. Widely heralded at the time of its completion as the centerpiece of the New Boston, conjured by mayors John Hynes and John Collins to pull Boston out of decades of cultural and economic torpor, it symbolizes the effort that effectively laid the foundation for the vibrant, contemporary, and culturally diverse city ... (Full article: 721 words)

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