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Bill Lichtenstein

The glory days of the rock of Boston

By Bill Lichtenstein
July 18, 2009

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WBCN was more than a cultural innovator. It was a social and political force as well, particularly from 1968 to 1975, when, long before Facebook or MySpace, the station served as the social medium that connected a generation in Boston. (Full article: 774 words)

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