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Delegates to live la vida local

Mayor's effort to showcase city may face union protests

By Joanna Weiss and Kevin Joy
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / March 16, 2004

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It was a dose of reality, no doubt about it. Mayor Thomas M. Menino and the organizers of the 2004 Democratic National Convention set out yesterday to prove that they would showcase Boston as a real, red-blooded place, not a collection of sterile hotel rooms. For the official welcome parties planned for state delegations, that meant turning to real venues. ... (Full Article: 846 Words)

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