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  • Minnick Gets the Big Guns

    Walt Minnick was hoping for national Democratic Party support in his fight to unseat Rep. Bill Sali, and now he's got it.

    The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee announced today that Minnick is now part of the group's Red to Blue program, designed to give support to strong Democratic challengers in Republican-held states.

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  • KFC(H)

    The Knitting Factory has made it official. Both the Big Easy in Spokane, Wash. and the BoDo location will now do business as The Knitting Factory Concert Houses.
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  • Run Walt, Run

    Walt Minnick finished a different kind of race over the weekend.

    The First Congressional District candidate ran the Boston Marathon, finishing in four hours, 45 minutes and 35 seconds.

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