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Marina Geagtiarovo (left) and Rashid Galiev, both of Brookline, sat on an unusually shaped bench, an art piece by Matthew Hincman, at Jamaica Pond in Jamaica Plain.

At Jamaica Pond, art sneaks up, sits down

By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / October 2, 2006

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It looked a great deal like all the other park benches around Jamaica Pond, with its scrolled cast-iron base and wooden slats. It looked enough like the others that city workers walked right by it for more than a week as they went about their business of keeping the park clean and well maintained. But it clearly was not like ... (Full article: 675 words)

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