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Austin Wins WWF Belt Before Crowd At Fleet Center

BOSTON--The Real Man of the Year was nowhere to be seen, but that didn't stop 19,028 fans and a high-wheeling

Cross-Dressed Men Parade Through Square

Dressed for a day on the town in red dresses, matching lipstick and not much else, 30 to 40 revelers

Groups Combine Forces to Challenge Development in City

On most winter afternoons the light in Michael L. Charney's apartment just off Kirkland Street is blocked by William James

Federal Grant Will Improve Cambridge Common

More than a hundred years after it was first fenced in and landscaped, the Cambridge Common will soon be undergoing

Chelsea Vendors Upbeat

CHELSEA, Mass.--Three years ago this city hidden among the oil tanks and container yards of Boston's inner harbor seemed to

Mass Ave Pub's Effort to Change Name Rebuffed by License Board

For years it's been a pretty sure bet that if you showed up at 880 Mass. Ave. on any given

Gore Speaks at IOP, Describes Plans for Environment

Balancing a grave discussion of global warming with a playful deadpan wit, Vice President Al Gore '69 gave the inaugural

Mass. Legislature Votes to Reinstate Death Penalty

BOSTON--After 12 hours of debate yesterday, the Massachusetts House of Representatives voted 81 to 79 to reinstitute the death penalty.

Plans Draw Local Ire

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences hasn't hired an architect for the proposed Knafel Center for Government and International Affairs,