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Repair Man

Mahmood Rezaei-Kamalabad doesn't just fix cars at his Cambridge service center, he also maintains a mystical machine designed to soothe your soul.

By Pagan Kennedy
March 28, 2004

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At the Aladdin's lamp, which perches high up on a pole, you turn off Rindge Avenue and bump along through a back-alley Cambridge wasteland. Here, steel statues rise out of the asphalt, wearing coats of red rust and decorated with mingled religious symbols. For instance, a line of menorah candles spells out the word "Allah." The statues seem to come ... (Full Article: 1073 Words)

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