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A whirl of culture

An old schoolhouse in Newton has become a hive of arts, music, and theater activity



By Ralph Ranalli
Globe Staff / November 26, 2006

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It's just before 9 a.m. on a mid-fall Tuesday, and the former Carr School in Newtonville, an imposing brick building with a majestic bell tower and flakes of paint peeling off the sills of its enormous windows, is coming to life in a way that it hasn't for years. (Full article: 1492 words)

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