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Hub among 1,000 cities to turn out lights for climate change

By Michele Richinick
Globe Correspondent / March 11, 2009

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Lights on the famous Citgo sign, Zakim Bridge, Prudential Center, John Hancock Tower, and other local landmarks will "go dark" for one hour this month as Boston joins cities across the world in a climate-change campaign. (Full article: 335 words)

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