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Marlborough High School sophomores Calvin Laliberte, 15, Ashley Cunningham, 16, and Lindsey Cunningham, 16, touched up a decoration for their May 6 semiformal dance.
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Prom DJs are told to play it clean

Schools, parents fight vulgar hits

By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / April 28, 2005

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Boston-area high school administrators, worried about students' increasingly vulgar music tastes, have been delivering a pointed message to DJs: Keep it clean, or we keep the paycheck. (Full article: 980 words)

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