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Glossy in search of new sheen

Boston magazine hoping change at top will bring lift

A pedestrian walks by the entrance to the Boston Magazine offices at the Christian Science Plaza in Boston. (David L Ryan / Globe Staff) A pedestrian walks by the entrance to the Boston Magazine offices at the Christian Science Plaza in Boston.
By Megan Woolhouse
Globe Staff / July 2, 2009

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Larry Platt, the top editor of Boston magazine, is from Philadelphia and it shows. During a breakfast interview last week, his description of an upcoming story about recently indicted former House speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi hit a pronunciation snag. “Is it Di-May-si or Di-Mah-si?’’ he asked with a hint of uncharacteristic bashfulness. (Full article: 1554 words)

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