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Sincerest form of flattery

Ingratiating and sugary, Boldini dazzles at Clark

By Sebastian Smee
Globe Staff / February 23, 2010

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WILLIAMSTOWN - Friends of mine once told me they thought the idea of a “sugar rush’’ was a myth. When kids go berserk after eating cake at birthday parties, they said, it’s because they’re excited to be at the party - not because of their sugar intake. I was amazed. But I so admired the sincerity of their conviction, in ... (Full article: 1405 words)

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