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Thank you for the notes of concern we've received about The Theater Offensive's well-being after the explosions that occurred steps from our office on Monday, April 15. Since being evacuated minutes later, we have not had access to our office until a brief visit Tuesday.
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I'm back for my second year running the 2013 Boston Marathon for the American Liver Foundation's Run for Research Team.
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Last week's ruling in favor of the plaintiffs in our Gill DOMA lawsuit made for a crazy (in a good way) day. We weren?t exactly expecting a decision so soon, given that the First Circuit Court of Appeals had just heard the case on April 4.
By Kara Suffredini, Esq. | Jun 6
This weekend, Boston will celebrate its 41st Pride March. It's hard to believe that in just two generations Pride has evolved from an event that saw many of its first participants march with paper bags over their heads to protect their anonymity into one of the city's largest annual celebrations led by the Mayor of Boston, the Governor of the Commonwealth, and tens of thousands of marchers and onlookers.