Cheryl R. Devall

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morning rituals

The schedule on Lord and Taylor's Boylston St. entrance says the store opens at 10 a.m. But this and every

Whither the Covenant?

On a brisk, sunny day last November, several of Boston's clergy gathered on the Common anticipating the start of something

Flying Kites--A Better Use of Air

Hexagonal kites, hang gliders and children's plastic Hi-Fliers dominated the skies Saturday and left mounds of tangled twine in their

Almost Spontaneous Celebration

A coordinated music and arts festival in Cambridge is a logical outgrowth of the spontaneous displays of street theater, mime,

In Search of Middle Ground

THE VENERABLE and unwritten customs that determine the style and continuity of this paper would strongly advise me not to

Malcolm X Weekend Features Variety of Student Activities

Harvard and Radcliffe students commemorated the 15th anniversary of the death of black nationalist leader Malcolm X this weekend with

Hitting the Hard Core Of the Big Apple

The passengers on the Cambridge bus to the Women Against Pornography (WAP) march on Times Square a week ago got

From a Woman's Eye

In a somber yet joyously unified celebration of women's lives, poets Aurde Lorde and Adrienne Rich shared their works to

Women March in Boston, Protest Roxbury Killings

Nearly 500 people gathered at Boston Common Saturday morning to protest the recent series of murders of young women committed