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Do you have a story of how Edward Kennedy's work as a senator has affected your life? Boston.com is looking for people who would tell their stories on videotape. E-mail us.
Glioma brain tumors
Have you or any or your family members coped with a glioma brain tumor, the type of cancer that Sen. Kennedy is diagnosed as having? E-mail wen@globe.com.
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Text message lingo
Do you find instant message abbreviations or text message lingo seeping into formal writing? E-mail cjohnson@globe.com.
Hard economic times and spring break
Are hard economic times forcing you to forgo Disneyworld with your kids this spring break? Please tell us about your closer-to-home spring break plans. Send emails to schweitzer@globe.com.
Taking money from your 401(k)?
Have you had to make a ''hardship withdrawal'' from your 401(k) retirement savings account? Globe reporter Ross Kerber would like to hear about your experience — email him at kerber@globe.com.
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Credit crunch got you down?
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Do you gamble?
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Curious Jobs
What are the quirky, odd, or just plain interesting jobs in Massachusetts? Tell us about someone whose job makes you envious, inspired, or perplexed.
Miss Conduct
Have a quandary? Share it, and your question and Miss Conduct's answer may appear in an issue of the Globe Magazine. Submit a question.
Tales from the City
The Globe Magazine is seeking anecdotes about life in Boston. They can be simple, funny, touching, baffling -- anything, really. If you have one, please share your tale.
Business etiquette
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T police stop citing
riders who evade fares

Disgruntled MBTA police officers, who have routinely issued more than 100 citations for fare evasion a month, have not issued a single ticket in May and wrote only seven in April, prompting the T's top brass to accuse them of dereliction of duty. (By Michael Levenson, Boston Globe)

Champions of hope

Two emotions coursed through Janet Harrington when she heard about Senator Edward M. Kennedy's malignant brain tumor. First, there was an aching sadness. Harrington remembered her late husband's 2 1/2-year, determined battle against the same disease, through three surgeries, several clinical trials, radiation, and memory loss before, ultimately, his death three years ago today. It's a struggle she dreads for ... (By Kay Lazar, Boston Globe)

Medical records state McCain fit, cancer-free

Senator John McCain, hoping to become the oldest man inaugurated as president, is cancer-free and in general good health, according to medical records his campaign released yesterday and testimonials by his doctors. (By Susan Milligan and Stephen Smith, Boston Globe)
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Noted trauma surgeon drowns

Erwin F. Hirsch, the revered chief of Boston Medical Center's trauma surgery unit for the last 25 years, died yesterday afternoon in the frigid waters of the Maine coast after the dinghy he was in capsized. (By James Vaznis and Sarah M. Gantz, Boston Globe)

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