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His Gang days are behind him

By Mark Pothier
Globe Staff / March 3, 2004

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A few hours after recovering his car and sense of humor, Hugo Burnham is able to appreciate the irony of his earlier predicament: The New England Institute of Art instructor arrived late for a morning time-management lecture. "I was towed off the [highway] by the state troopers," he tells his freshman survey class later that afternoon. "I didn't ... (Full Article: 2010 Words)

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