[act-ma] Extra Special "Jason had a really nasty cold" Double OMB Edition (weeks of 10/8 and 10/15/10)

Jason Pramas jpramas at igc.org
Sun Oct 17 23:42:48 PDT 2010


  Hi folks! Check out our latest edition of Open Media Boston. Didn't 
plan to have a double edition back-to-back with a previous double 
edition, but I got a really nasty cold after returning from the Block by 
Block conference in Chicago that kept me (and this regular blast 
communication) out of circulation for a bit over a week. Getting better 
now, and happy to get the news out to you all as usual. Cheers ... 
Jason, OMB.


News: Public Higher Education Advocates Conclude Cross-State March for 
Increased Funding with Boston Common Rally
http://www.openmediaboston.org/node/1494

Editorial: Can the French Teach the Americans How to Say "NO!"?
http://www.openmediaboston.org/node/1499

Editorial: Open Media Co-operative Organizing Meeting Scheduled for 
Mid-November
http://www.openmediaboston.org/node/1498

Opinion: Somerville Rallies for Affordable Housing!
http://www.openmediaboston.org/node/1493

Opinion: Why Gandhi? Why Now? Celebrating Gandhi's 141st Birth 
Anniversary with a Candlelight Vigil in Harvard Square on Oct 2
http://www.openmediaboston.org/node/1485

Opinion: Letter: Green-Rainbow Party Boston Chapter Says Chuck Turner is 
Innocent of All Charges
http://www.openmediaboston.org/node/1484

Opinion: Harvard Pilgrim's Medicare Bailout & Health Care "Competition"
http://www.openmediaboston.org/node/1472

Arts: HONK! Fest 2010 Brings Activist Marching Bands To Somerville And 
Cambridge
http://www.openmediaboston.org/node/1492

Living: Alliance to Develop Power Secures Commitments from Elected 
Officials for Social Justice; Holding Convention Oct. 16th
http://www.openmediaboston.org/node/1487

Featured Visual by Jason Pramas
http://www.openmediaboston.org/node/1495

Blog Entry: A Spoonful Of Investigation Helps The Election Go Down
http://openmediaboston.blogspot.com/2010/10/spoonful-of-investigation-helps.html

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