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Right at home with her career

Singer strikes balance between family, touring

By Scott Alarik
Globe Correspondent / September 13, 2009

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This moment was bound to come. In 1995, Joan Baez turned a young Boston songwriter named Dar Williams into a national star by recording her ode to women who hold fast to their best idea of themselves and refuse to be defined by anyone else. Now that she’s 42, an established juvenile novelist, a beaming mother, and an earnest gardener ... (Full article: 659 words)

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