Archive for November 3rd, 2012

“I love to come to Lowell”

[youtube]5IjtDlEbzfw[/youtube] “I love to come to Lowell” were the words Elizabeth Warren used to open her remarks last night at an enthusiastic get-out-the-vote rally at Arthur Ramalho’s West End Gym on Lawrence Street. The room was packed and the podium inside the ring and the boxing paraphernalia covering the walls…

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Ernie Hebert, ‘Gatsby,’ & the Literary Knock on Working People, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2 pm

  Ernest Hebert: “How ‘The Great Gatsby’ Demeans Working People” Ernest Hebert’s most recent novel, NEVER BACK DOWN, tells the story of the life and loves of Jack Landry, a New England Franco-American working man. Hebert wrote his book as an answer to The GREAT GATSBY and DELIVERANCE, novels that…

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