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Starts & Stops

Reversing 'curse' sign could reverse Sox' luck

By Mac Daniel
Globe Columnist / April 18, 2004

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T he ancient "Reverse Curve" sign on the Longfellow Bridge, which sits above the outbound lanes of Storrow Drive, has served two purposes of late. One is to remind drivers of the harrowing S-curve that lies ahead. But the sign's other (some would say main) purpose came years ago when an alleged Red Sox fan and skilled climber used white ... (Full Article: 1605 Words)

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