[act-ma] Could Immigrant Shootings Happen in Boston? ... and more at Open Media Boston (week of 4/3/09)

Jason Pramas jpramas at igc.org
Fri Apr 3 20:32:03 PDT 2009

[please forward widely]

Hi folks (that's right, OMB wasn't shut down by a computer run amok on 
April 1st),

Check out this week's top stories from Open Media Boston:

News: Dorchester Gunplay Provokes Neighborhood Response

April Fools' "News": Boston Hails New Cybernetic Overlord as Google's 
CADIE Takes the Hub

Editorial: The Binghamton Shooting: Could It Happen in Boston?

Opinion: Democracy Now Host Amy Goodman Discusses the Importance of 
Independent Media

Meanwhile, the ongoing debate between a former Bolivian minister and 
human rights activists continues over the legacy of former Bolivian 
President Gonzalo “Goni” Sánchez de Lozada in the comment section of an 
opinion piece we first ran a month ago ...
Opinion: Harvard Honors Ex-President Accused of Massacre

And a reminder of an important event coming up on Sunday can be found in 
this Living piece from a couple of weeks ago ...
Living: 1,000 Men and Women to “Walk for Change” in Support of Sexual 
Assault Awareness on April 5th

More to come this weekend ...

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Jason Pramas
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